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Proc. ASME. GT2021, Volume 7: Industrial and Cogeneration; Manufacturing Materials and Metallurgy, V007T17A010, June 7–11, 2021
Paper No: GT2021-59480
...Abstract Abstract Criteria for assessing high cycle fatigue (HCF) capability is important for transitioning additive repair technologies to turbine engine applications. By studying the fatigue results of two laser directed energy deposition additive manufacturing repairs on airfoil...
Proc. ASME. GT2020, Volume 8: Industrial and Cogeneration; Manufacturing Materials and Metallurgy; Marine; Microturbines, Turbochargers, and Small Turbomachines, V008T18A002, September 21–25, 2020
Paper No: GT2020-14122
... that fatigue failures initiate near the surface of maximum strain/stress at porous features consistent with stock (non-optimized) LPBF process parameters. additive manufacturing damping vibration fatigue turbine engines VIBRATION FATIGUE ASSESSMENT OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURED NICKEL ALLOY...
Onome Scott-Emuakpor, Brian Runyon, Tommy George, Andrew Goldin, Casey Holycross, Luke Sheridan, Dino Celli, Bryan Langley, Daniel Gillaugh, Manigandan Kannan, Sulochana Shrestha, Andrew Gyekenyesi
Proc. ASME. GT2020, Volume 10B: Structures and Dynamics, V10BT27A006, September 21–25, 2020
Paper No: GT2020-14361
..., this plan for structural integrity assessment can serve as a reference for validation of future IBR repair processes. additive manufacturing additive repair rotor airfoil titanium turbine engines STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTS FOR VALIDATING DIRECTED ENERGY DEPOSITION REPAIRS OF INTEGRALLY...