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Solid State Additive Manufacturing

Amlan KarZafar Alam(Herausgeber*in)
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The text focuses on discussing the solid-state deformation behavior of materials in additive manufacturing processes. It highlights the process optimization and bonding of different layers during layer-by-layer deposition of different materials in Solid-State. It covers the design, process, and advancement of solid-state additive manufacturing methods.

Covers the fundamentals of materials processing, including the stress-strain-temperature correlation in solid-state processing and manufacturing
Discusses solid-state additive manufacturing methods, and optimization strategies for the fabrication of additive manufacturing products
Showcases the mechanisms associated with improvement in mechanical properties of Solid-State additive manufacturing products
Provides a comprehensive discussion on microstructural stability and homogeneity in mechanical properties
Presents hybrid solid-state process for fabrication of multilayer components and composite materials
Provides a detailed review of laser-based post-processing techniques

The text focuses on the Solid-State additive manufacturing techniques for the fabrication of industrially relevant products. It gives in-depth information on the fundamental aspects, hybridization of the processes, fabrication of different materials, improvement in product performance, and Internet of Things enabled manufacturing. The text covers crucial topics, including hybrid Solid-State additive manufacturing, cold spray additive manufacturing, online defect detection of products, and post-processing of additively manufactured components. These subjects are significant in advancing additive manufacturing technology and ensuring the quality and efficiency of the produced components. It will serve as an ideal reference text for senior undergraduate and graduate students, and researchers in fields such as mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, manufacturing engineering, and production engineering.
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Dr Amlan Kar is a Senior Scientist at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. He has a background in Mechanical Engineering and previously served as a faculty member at Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad in India. He earned his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College and went on to pursue an M. Tech in Metal Forming at Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He was fascinated by the structure-property correlation of materials during plastic deformation, which led him to obtain his PhD in dissimilar Friction Stir Welding from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore. Dr. Kar has worked on various industrially relevant projects, including the development of composite materials using Friction Stir Processing and incremental sheet metal forming of titanium. He has also contributed to the field of Friction Stir Welding, particularly in joining dissimilar light alloys. His expertise extends to dissimilar Friction Stir Lap welding of aluminum to steel using an adjustable tool, conducted at JWRI, Osaka University. Currently, Dr. Kar focuses his research on dissimilar welding techniques, mechanical joining, additive manufacturing, and other related areas. His goal is to improve the mechanical properties of materials across different temperatures through a deeper understanding of their mechanical behavior. Dr. Kar is an accomplished academician and researcher. He has published numerous papers in renowned international journals and conferences. He has received prestigious awards, including the "IIM SJEF Fellowships," and serves as a reviewer for esteemed journals. Dr. Kar is actively involved in professional committees such as TMS and the Indian Society for Applied Mechanics, leveraging his expertise in welding, metal forming, additive manufacturing, materials characterization, and structure-property-performance correlation.

Dr Zafar Alam is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, India. Prior to joining IIT (ISM) Dhanbad, he served as an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, India for two years. He received his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Jamia Millia Islamia, India in 2012. He has received his M. Tech and PhD in Production Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India in 2014 and 2019 respectively. As an academician and researcher, he has published an authored and an edited book, several book chapters and more than two dozens of research papers in peer reviewed international journals and conferences. He also has to his credit six Indian patents and has received two international and three national awards including the critically acclaimed GYTI (Gandhian Young Technological Innovation) award for his contribution in the field of research and innovation. His research interests include but are not limited to advanced finishing/polishing processes, non-conventional machining, additive manufacturing, industrial automation and motion control.
Chapter 1

Introduction and Solid State Deformation Behaviour of Materials in Additive Manufacturing

Amlan Kar

Chapter 2

Hybrid Additive Manufacturing using Cold Spraying and Friction Stir Processing

Amlan Kar, Sachin Kumar and Kuldeep Singh

Chapter 3

Additive Friction Stir Deposition

Vipin Gopan, Valliyappan David Natarajan, S Sarath, Roshin Thomas Varughese and Praveen Kumar

Chapter 4

Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing (CSAM)

Wen Sun, Xin Chu, Haiming Lan, Jibo Huang and Renzhong Huang

Chapter 5

Progress in Solid-State Additive Manufacturing of Composites

Bhavesh Chaudhary, Mahesh Patel, Neelesh Kumar Jain, Jayaprakash Murugesan and Vivek Patel

Chapter 6

Role and Capability of Internet of Things in Additive Manufacturing and its Application Regimes

Sachin Kumar, Aditya Sharma and Jibin T. Philip

Chapter 7

Assessment of Defects in Solid State Additive Manufacturing through

Conventional Methods and Sensor Based Data

Gaurav Kishor, Raju Prasad Mahto and Krishna Kishore Mugada

Chapter 8

Laser-based Post-processing Technologies for Additive Manufactured Parts

Shrushti Maheshwari, Ashish Siddharth, Zafar Alam, Faiz Iqbal and Dilshad Ahmad Khan

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