Powder-Gas Jet Velocity Characterization during Coaxial Directed Energy Deposition Process

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This paper presents a numerical and experimental characterization of the
powder-gas jet during the coaxial directed energy deposition process in terms of
flow velocity, particle velocity, jet symmetry, and powder stream shape. The latter parameters are linked to the blown powder settings, known as the carrier and
shielding gas volumetric flow rate, the powder mass flow rate, and the particle
diameter. First, 2D axisymmetric steady-state computational fluid dynamics simulations of the turbulent gas flow are presented to illustrate the flow behavior
and the effect of the presence of a substrate under the gas jet. Next, the free
powder flow is visualized experimentally using high-speed imaging techniques.
The particle velocities are extracted from the high-speed images by means of particle image velocimetry and compared with in situ measurements of the
powder flow.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)37–58
Aantal pagina's22
TijdschriftProgress in Additive Manufacturing
DOI's
StatusPublished - 29 mrt 2022

Bibliografische nota

Z. Jardon, J. Ertveldt, M. Hinderdael, and P. Guillaume, “Powder-Gas Jet Velocity Characterization during Coaxial Directed Energy Deposition Process,” in Progress in Additive Manufacturing 2021, ed. N. Shamsaei, N. Hrabe, and M. Seifi (West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International, 2022), 37–58. http://doi.org/10.1520/STP164420210124

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