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Optimization of Track Height of LDED Inconel Alloy-718

Ajay K. Maurya, Amit K, Surendra K. Saini and Christ P. Paul


Laser directed energy deposition (LDED) is an additive manufacturing technology that builds a component by simultaneously supplying energy and material. Laser is used to melt work material then it placed on a certain surface and allows for solidification. Complex geometries are common in aero-space components. Some of these components are typically manufactured from nickel superalloys. However, conventional manufacturing processes are time consuming and costly. Optimum values of powder feed rate, laser power, and deposition speed on geometrical characteristic track height of laser directed energy deposited single track Alloy Inconel 718 (IN718) are investigated in this paper. At optimum parameter level an improvement of 0.78% is found in track height.

Published on: April 10, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s1-038
Citation: Ajay KM, Amit K, Surendra KS, Christ PP. 2023. Optimization of Track Height of LDED Inconel Alloy-718.NanoWorld J 9(S1): S188-S191.

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