New Applications of Pulsed Electron Irradiation in Surface Engineering

Time: 09:50 - 10:10

Date: 9 June 2021

Theatre: Seminar Room 1

9-june-2021 09:50 9-june-2021 10:10 Europe/London New Applications of Pulsed Electron Irradiation in Surface Engineering

The next generation of manufactured components will be built to near net shape, for example through additive manufacturing, or machined to complex shapes by EDM. The surface quality of parts is critical to their mechanical properties and through these process, poor surface finish is produced. Pulsed electron irradiation is a new method for uniformly modifying… Read more »

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The next generation of manufactured components will be built to near net shape, for example through additive manufacturing, or machined to complex shapes by EDM. The surface quality of parts is critical to their mechanical properties and through these process, poor surface finish is produced. Pulsed electron irradiation is a new method for uniformly modifying morphological, microstructural and mechanical properties of such parts over a large-area, in a contamination free environment. Recent developments in this space will be presented.

Speakers

  • Dr James Murray Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering - University of Nottingham

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