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Investigation of the influence of FDM operating parameters on dynamic force response using IV-optimal design and principal component analysis

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posted on 2024-06-12, 14:47 authored by Omar A Amhimmid, SH Masood, JL Bhowmik
To improve the functionality in regards to manufacturing products at low cost, several innovative additive manufacturing processes have been developed. Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is one the most prominent additive manufacturing processes for producing plastic products. Referring to the quality and functionality, there are many FDM process conditions contributing to the occurrence of poor quality and functionality of FDM manufactured products. Therefore, the effect of the build parameters on the functionality of FDM produced products need to be examined. In this study, an attempt has also been made to investigate the critical processing parameters affecting dynamic mechanical response of plastic part processed by FDM technology using IV-optimal response surface method coupled with principal component analysis technique. The results obtained from this study can be used in the future as a guide for future in selecting the appropriate process conditions before the manufacturing process of the product take place.

History

Volume

1859

Pagination

020117-1-020117-7

Location

Andhra Pradesh, India

Start date

2017-04-07

End date

2017-04-08

ISSN

0094-243X

eISSN

1551-7616

ISBN-13

9780735415331

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

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2017, Author(s)

Editor/Contributor(s)

Wagenknecht U, Potschke P, Wiessner S, Gehde M

Title of proceedings

FCSPTC-2017 : Proceedings of the International Conference on Functional Materials, Characterization, Solid State Physics, Power, Thermal and Combustion Energy

Event

Engineering. Conference (2017 : Andhra Pradesh, India)

Publisher

AIP Publishing

Place of publication

Melville, N.Y.

Series

Engineering Conference

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