polymer additive manufacturing and rheology nist

polymer additive manufacturing and rheology nist

  • polymers processing group | nist

    Polymers Processing Group | NIST

    Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Rheology Additive manufacturing (AM) is a process for fabricating parts directly from 3-D digital models which has tremendous potential for producing high-value, complex

  • polymers | nist

    Polymers | NIST

    10/3/2020 · Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Rheology Additive manufacturing (AM) is a process for fabricating parts directly from 3-D digital models which has tremendous potential for producing high-value, complex

  • anthony kotula | nist

    Anthony Kotula | NIST

    Dr. Anthony Kotula is a staff scientist working on the Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Rheology project. His primary research focus is on solidifcation processes in soft matter. To study these processes he develops techniques to

  • polymeric additive manufacturing: the necessity and utility of rheology | intechopen

    Polymeric Additive Manufacturing: The Necessity and Utility of Rheology | IntechOpen

    Accordingly, the chapter herein collates examples of where rheology is applicable in polymer-based additive manufacturing techniques, thereby demonstrating the necessity and utility thereto. The main focus herein will be fused deposition

  • measurement science roadmap for polymer-based additive manufacturing

    Measurement Science Roadmap for Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing

    NIST Advanced Manufacturing Series 100-5 Measurement Science Roadmap for Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing Prepared for Material Measurement Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg MD 20899 Division of Civil

  • combining rheology and raman spectroscopy to analyze 3d printing polymers - advancing materials

    Combining Rheology and Raman Spectroscopy to Analyze 3D Printing Polymers - Advancing Materials

    Additive manufacturing is enabling rapid prototyping, especially in the medical industry, yet the process parameters’ relationship to the material properties of the extruded product are not well understood and difficult to study. NIST scientist

  • kalman migler | nist

    Kalman Migler | NIST

    Dr. Kalman Migler is a staff scientist in the Polymers Processing Group at NIST where he studies non-equilibrium phenomena in soft matter. He develops measurement methods that provide insight into the nature of polymer flow and rheology, with

  • additive manufacturing | nist

    Additive manufacturing | NIST

    Additive manufacturing is causing fundamental changes in the way parts are produced. Where typical manufacturing operates by cutting away or molding material, in additive manufacturing, digital designs guide the fabrication of complex,

  • rheology and applications of particulate composites in additive manufacturing

    Rheology and Applications of Particulate Composites in Additive Manufacturing

    Rheology and Applications of Particulate Composites in Additive Manufacturing Bin Xia, Paul S. Krueger * Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75275 Abstract To

  • (pdf) polymeric additive manufacturing: the necessity and utility of rheology

    (PDF) Polymeric Additive Manufacturing: The Necessity and Utility of Rheology

    during additive manufacturing is necessary to accomplishing said task. Accordingly, the chapter herein collates examples of where rheology is applicable in polymer-based addi -

  • the importance of rheological behavior in the additive manufacturing technique material extrusion: journal of rheology: vol 62, no 6

    The importance of rheological behavior in the additive manufacturing technique material extrusion: Journal of Rheology: Vol 62, No 6

    8/11/2018 · McIlroy, C., and P. D. Olmsted, “ Disentanglement effects on welding behaviour of polymer melts during the fused-filament-fabrication method for additive manufacturing,” Polymer 123, 376– 391 (2017).

  • nist perspective on additive manufacturing standards

    NIST Perspective on Additive Manufacturing Standards

    Additive Manufacturing Needs and Priorities AM Needs and Priorities AM Standards Committees: ASTM F42, ISO TC261, ASME Y14.46, SAE AMSAM 2009 AM Industry Roadmap America Makes / National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute Substantial

  • nominees for sor 2020-2021 executive committee - the society of rheology

    Nominees for SoR 2020-2021 Executive Committee - The Society of Rheology

    I have been conducting rheological research at NIST for the past 25 years and currently lead the Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Rheology project. Throughout my career, my primary interest has been the measurement of non-equilibrium...

  • in-line rheological monitoring of fused deposition modeling

    In-line rheological monitoring of fused deposition modeling

    additive manufacturing processes [20]. Similarly, a variety of other sources stress the importance of rheology to the FDM process [5,6,10,40,41,53–55]; nonetheless, there has not been any systematic study comparing material rheology to FDM outpu

  • the application of powder rheology in additive manufacturing

    The Application of Powder Rheology in Additive Manufacturing

    1 The Application of Powder Rheology in Additive Manufacturing Jamie Clayton, Doug Millington-Smith and Brian Armstrong Freeman Technology Ltd. 1 Miller Court, Severn Drive, Tewkesbury

  • powder rheology :: anton paar wiki

    Powder rheology :: Anton Paar Wiki

    Metal and polymer powders are often used in additive manufacturing. Scope Powder rheology is a phenomenological approach which takes into account internal and external influences (see chapter 1.4) to characterize powder behavior in specific

  • evaluating models for polycaprolactone crystallization via simultaneous rheology and raman spectroscopy - tsapps at nist

    Evaluating models for polycaprolactone crystallization via simultaneous rheology and Raman spectroscopy - TSAPPS at NIST

    techniques such as fiber spinning or blow molding [2], and it is also used heavily in additive manufacturing processes including filament extrusion and powder bed fusion [3]. The utilization of polymer crystallization is largely empirical during

  • speaker and panelist details | advanced materials & additive manufacturing initiative

    Speaker and Panelist Details | Advanced Materials & Additive Manufacturing Initiative

    He is currently the technical lead in the additive manufacturing effort in the Polymer Processing and Rheology Project. His current research focuses on using infrared thermography, rheology, fracture mechanics, and neutron and x-ray reflectivity

  • ambench - nist

    AMBench - NIST

    The first AM-Bench conference will be hosted by NIST at their Gaithersburg, MD campus, and will be held during the week of June 18, 2018. The TMS will handle the conference logistics and the conference proceedings will be published in the TMS