Modeling and Experimental Study of Advanced Materials for Aerospace
Laser and Electron beam deposition are capable of producing a number of high performance alloys systems, as well as many advanced materials. Advanced materials include functionally gradient materials, structural amorphous materials, extended solubility alloys, and high entropy alloys. In order to develop these capabilities and materials a program combining modeling and simulation with experimental trials and validation is being carried out. Mo S&T’s laser systems and NASA Langley’s EBF3 are being modeled and the various issues involved with successfully being able to produce advanced materials on a component level with full functionality are being investigated. Examples outlining the progress in this program will be presented.
J. W. Newkirk et al., "Modeling and Experimental Study of Advanced Materials for Aerospace," Proceedings of the Materials Science & Technology Conference and Exhibition (2011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada), Oct 2013.
Materials Science & Technology Conference and Exhibition (MS&T '13) (2011: Oct. 27-31, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
31 Oct 2013