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Study on the Effect of Process Parameters on Sliding Wear Behavior of Components Produced by Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
, , Kurian J, George T.T.
Published in Trans Tech Publications, Ltd.
Volume: 488-489
Pages: 1419 - 1423
This work presents the results of a study carried out to determine the sliding wear behavior and its effect on the process parameters of components manufactured by selective laser sintering (SLS). A standard procedure and specimen had been used in the present study to find the wear behavior. Using Taguchi’s experimental technique, an orthogonal array of L4 had been developed. Sliding wear testing using pin-on-disk machine was carried out and analysis of variance (ANOVA) technique was used to investigate the effect of process parameters and to identify the main process parameter that influences the properties of wear behavior on the SLS components. It has been found that scan spacing had more influence on wear as compared to other selected process parameters, slice thickness and infiltration.
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JournalAdvanced Materials Research
PublisherTrans Tech Publications, Ltd.
Open AccessNo