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    • 3D Printing of Continuous Wire Polymer Composite for Mechanical and Thermal Applications 

      Ibrahim, Yehia Elsayed Mahmoud (2019-07-02)
      Recently, continuous fiber reinforcement has been combined with 3D printing techniques such as fused filament fabrication to create stronger and stiffer printed composite components. The continuous nature of the reinforcing ...
    • 3D Printing Of Metallic Structures From A Green Ink 

      Xu, Chao; Bouchemit, Arslane; L'Espérance, Gilles; Lebel, Louis Laberge; Therriault, Daneil (CSME-SCGM, 2018-05)
      A green metallic ink is developed for 3D printing of metallic structures featuring high mechanical and electrical performances. The metallic ink consists of steel micro powders and a water-based chitosan/acetic acid polymer ...
    • Constrained Topology Optimization For Additive Manufacturing Of Structural Components In Ansys® 

      Jankovics, Davin; Gohari, Hossein; Barari, Ahmad (CSME-SCGM, 2018-05)
      Topology Optimization is currently the main technique to optimize an objects structural design. This method commonly produces parts that have exceedingly complex geometry. Additive manufacturing (AM) is the main manufacturing ...
    • Continuous Fiber Polymer Composites for Thermal Applications 

      Elsayed, Yehia; Elkholy, Ahmed; Melenka, Garrett; Kempers, Roger (CSME-SCGM, 2018-05)
      This paper presents an analytical investigation into the effective thermal conductivity of 3D printed continuous fibre polymer composites (CFPCs) using rule of mixture micro-structural analysis. Two fused deposition modelling ...
    • Material Properties Of 3D Printed Parts: Challenges In Design And Analysis 

      Somireddy, Madhukar; Czekanski, Aleksander (CSME-SCGM, 2018-05)
      The present paper addresses the challenges in design and analysis of 3D printed structures with anisotropic material properties. In recent years the additive manufacturing technologies have been used in most of the industries ...

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