About the Project
Novel scientific understanding on how various physical mechanisms active in melt pools and dynamically influence the formation of the final AM microstructure and defects are expected to gain through this PhD project. The real-time experimental data obtained through advancements in fast synchrotron X-ray diffraction and imaging techniques are employed as the main tool, in addition to conventional optical and electron microscopy techniques. Comprehensive analysis of experimental data , using multiple software tools, will be required to reveal the comprehensive details of melt pool flow, thermal conditions while the formation of solidification microstructures and defects.
Self funded students are also welcome to apply.
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