Singapore researchers use nanoparticles to improve strength of 3D printed Inconel 625 superalloy

Singapore researchers use nanoparticles to improve strength of 3D printed Inconel 625 superalloy

Researchers at Singapore’s A*STAR Institute of Manufacturing Technology and Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have improved the physical, thermal, and mechanical properties of 3D printable superalloys using titanium diboride nanoparticles. Superalloys, alloys that are capable of withstanding high temperatures and stresses, have proven themselves incredibly useful to scientists. Materials like Hastelloy, Inconel, and Waspaloy are frequently used to build turbine engines due to their supreme resistance to heat, and future applications could be many and varied. Scientists at A*STAR, Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research, recently carried out research that could make superalloys even better. By adding […]

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