Data on the occurrence of a Brass texture and elastic anisotropy in laser blown powder processed superalloy IN718.
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Markanday, J., Carpenter, M., Thompson, R., Rhodes, S., Heason, C., & Stone, H. (2021). Data on the occurrence of a Brass texture and elastic anisotropy in laser blown powder processed superalloy IN718.. Data Brief, 39 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2021.107570
The additive manufacturing (AM) of components through laser-blown-powder directed-energy-deposition (LBP-DED) is highly applicable to the repair of aerospace components. Fabrication of superalloys with this technique, as with other AM methods, often encounters complications that include the formation of undesired phases, irregular microstructure and texture leading to anisotropic elastic properties. Heat treatments and other post-processing techniques can be used to mitigate these issues. The collected data demonstrates the effects of different heat treatment protocols on the microstructure, elastic properties, and hardness of LBP-DED IN718. In this study eight different heat treatment were used to investigate the effects of treatment time and temperature. The microstructure was investigated through SEM, with XRD and EDX used for phase analysis. The texture was characterised using SEM coupled with EBSD and the elastic properties were determined from resonant ultrasound spectroscopy.
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2021.107570
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