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Enhanced fatigue characteristics of a topology-optimized porous titanium structure produced by selective laser melting
Liu, Y. J.; Ren, D. C.; Li, S. J.; Wang, H.; Zhang, L. C.; Sercombe, T. B.
2020-03-01
Source PublicationADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Volume32
AbstractThe fatigue properties are critical considerations for porous structures, and most of the existing porous materials have unsatisfactory performances due to a lack of structural optimization. This work shows that a topology-optimized structure fabricated by selective laser melting using commercial-purity titanium (CP-Ti) exhibits excellent fatigue properties with an ultra-high normalized fatigue life of similar to 0.65 at 10(6) cycles and at a low density of 1.3 g/cm(3). The main factors affecting fatigue, i.e., material properties and a porous structure were studied. Both the factors can affect the fatigue crack initiation time, thereby affecting the fatigue life. Because of twinning that occurred during the fatigue process, the porous CP-Ti samples exhibit a high plasticity. In addition, the fatigue crack propagation rate is significantly reduced because of the high plasticity of the CP-Ti material and the occurrence of fatigue crack deflection.
DOI10.1016/j.addma.2020.101060
WOS IDWOS:000522928600041
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/83068
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Liu, Y. J.,Ren, D. C.,Li, S. J.,et al. Enhanced fatigue characteristics of a topology-optimized porous titanium structure produced by selective laser melting[J]. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING,2020,32.
APA Liu, Y. J.,Ren, D. C.,Li, S. J.,Wang, H.,Zhang, L. C.,&Sercombe, T. B..(2020).Enhanced fatigue characteristics of a topology-optimized porous titanium structure produced by selective laser melting.ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING,32.
MLA Liu, Y. J.,et al."Enhanced fatigue characteristics of a topology-optimized porous titanium structure produced by selective laser melting".ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING 32(2020).
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