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posted on 13.09.2022, 11:00 authored by Valeriy Gornyakov, Yongle SunYongle Sun, Jialuo DingJialuo Ding, Stewart WilliamsStewart Williams

Figure 7 Predicted distortion of the WAAM component after removal of clamps.


Figure 8 Longitudinal RS distributions along the vertical path in the symmetry plane for the long mechanical models after removal of clamps, as compared to experimental measurements [4]. The flat roller (a) and slotted roller (b) were used in the rolling simulations, and the long model was based on the steady-state solution mapped from the reduced-length WAAM + IL rolling model.


Figure 10 Concurrent evolution of temperature and longitudinal stress (a), as well as the longitudinal PS (b), in the layer 6 during WAAM deposition of layers 6-8 in conjunction with IL rolling using the flat roller. The data were collected at the top of layer 6 in the inspection plane and the rolling phases are highlighted in the yellow shaded areas.


Figure 11 Concurrent evolution of temperature and longitudinal stress (a), as well as longitudinal PS (b), in the layer 6 during WAAM deposition of layers 9-11 in conjunction with IL rolling using the flat roller. The data were collected at the top of layer 6 in the inspection plane and the rolling phases are highlighted in the yellow shaded areas.


Figure 12 Concurrent evolution of temperature and longitudinal stress (a), as well as longitudinal PS (b), in the layer 6 during WAAM deposition of layers 12-14 in conjunction with IL rolling using the flat roller. The data were collected at the top of layer 6 in the inspection plane and the rolling phases are highlighted in the yellow shaded areas.


Figure 13 Concurrent evolution of the longitudinal PS and stress in the layer 9 during WAAM deposition of layers 9-16 in conjunction with IL rolling using the slotted roller. The data were collected at the top of layer 9 in the inspection plane (the slotted roller started rolling on layer 6) and the rolling phases are highlighted in the yellow shaded areas.


Figure 18 Evolution of longitudinal PS in the layer 6 during WAAM deposition and stacked 4L rolling with flat roller. The rolling phases are highlighted in the yellow shaded areas.

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New Wire Additive Manufacturing (NEWAM)

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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jialuo.ding@cranfield.ac.uk