Fabrication additive de composites à matrice titane par fusion laser de poudre projetée

Abstract : Titanium matrix composites are attractive materials for aeronautical applications, mainly because of their superior mechanical resistance at elevated temperature, combined with a low density. The critical machinability of such composites makes additive manufacturing processes particularly adapted for building complex 3D shapes. This study has been focused on the Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) of Metal matrix composites. In a first step, various powders and powder blends have been carried out in order to facilitate the DMD process and to obtain homogeneous microstructures. Following this, Ti-6Al-4V / B4C powder blends, allowing to obtain TiB + TiC particles distributed in the Ti matrix were more specifically considered. Metallurgical mechanisms involved in the formation of microstructures were identified prior to an investigation on mechanical properties at ambient and elevated temperature for various DMD process conditions and particle concentrations. Among the most interesting results of this study, the influence of a high carbon content solubilized in the Ti-matrix was considered as a dominant factor to explain the evolution of mechanical properties with increased amounts of reinforcements.
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Sébastien Pouzet. Fabrication additive de composites à matrice titane par fusion laser de poudre projetée. Mécanique des matériaux [physics.class-ph]. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015ENAM0051⟩. ⟨tel-01315553⟩

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