Residual stress measurements via neutron diffraction of additive manufactured stainless steel 17-4 PH.
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Neutron diffraction was employed to measure internal residual stresses at various locations along stainless steel (SS) 17-4 PH specimens additively manufactured via laser-powder bed fusion (L-PBF). Of these specimens, two were rods (diameter=8 mm, length=80 mm) built vertically upward and one a parallelepiped (8×80×9 mm3) built with its longest edge parallel to ground. One rod and the parallelepiped were left in their as-built condition, while the other rod was heat treated. Data presented provide insight into the microstructural characteristics of typical L-PBF SS 17-4 PH specimens and their dependence on build orientation and post-processing procedures such as heat treatment. Data have been deposited in the Data in Brief Dataverse repository (doi:10.7910/DVN/T41S3V).
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Masoomi, M., Shamsaei, N., Winholtz, R. A., Milner, J. L., Gnupel-Herold, T., Elwany, A., Mahmoudi, M., & Thompson, S. M.
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Masoomi, Mohammad||Shamsaei, Nima||Winholtz, Robert A||Milner, Justin L||Gnäupel-Herold, Thomas||Elwany, Alaa||Mahmoudi, Mohamad||Thompson, Scott M