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Models of welding and 3D printing

 

2021

 

Physics Informed Machine Learning

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Many examples introduce the vast virtual world of additive manufacturing and welding

Innovations from organized research and serendipity benefit all and reduce inequities.

Metallurgy, mechanistic models and machine learning in metal printing, 2021

Mechanistic models for additive manufacturing of metallic components, 2021

Physics-informed machine learning of additive manufac-turing reduce defects, 2021

Scientific, technological and economic issues in 3D printing and their solutions. 2019

Solutions of some important problems are only available in the virtual world.

 

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The vast virtual world of additive manufacturing and welding does not require expensive hardware and can be explored from anywhere in the world.

Additive manufacturing of metallic materials, Progress in Materials Science, 2018

Current issues and problems in welding science, Science, 1992

Physical processes in fusion welding, Reviews of Modern Physics,1995

A digital twin for rapid qualification of 3D printed metallic components, 2019

Heat and fluid flow in additive manufacturing Parts I & II, 2018

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