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Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation

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09-06-2021 | Technical Article

An Open Combinatorial Diffraction Dataset Including Consensus Human and Machine Learning Labels with Quantified Uncertainty for Training New Machine Learning Models

Modern machine learning and autonomous experimentation schemes in materials science rely on accurate analysis of the data ingested by these models. Unfortunately, accurate analysis of the underlying data can be difficult, even for domain experts …

09-06-2021 | Thematic Section: Metal Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge Series 2020

AFRL Additive Manufacturing Modeling Series: Challenge 4, In Situ Mechanical Test of an IN625 Sample with Concurrent High-Energy Diffraction Microscopy Characterization

We describe 3D characterization of an additively manufactured Inconel 625 nickel-base superalloy specimen conducted during a uniaxial tension test using a suite of nondestructive x-ray techniques. High-energy diffraction microscopy in both near- …

08-06-2021 | Thematic Section: Metal Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge Series 2020

A Comparative Study of Layer Heating and Continuous Heating Methods on Prediction Accuracy of Residual Stresses in Selective Laser Melted Tube Samples

Thermal distortion and residual stresses are two important factors that affect the quality and reliability of steel parts manufactured by laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) processes. A cost-effective model for evaluation of those heat effects is …

03-06-2021 | Thematic Section: Metal Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge Series 2020

AFRL Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge Series: Overview

The Air Force Research Laboratory Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge series launched in November 2019 was devised as a means to assess the Additive Manufacturing modeling community’s ability to predict, in a locally resolved fashion …

01-06-2021 | Thematic Section: Metal Additive Manufacturing Modeling Challenge Series 2020. Open Access

AFRL Additive Manufacturing Modeling Series: Challenge 4, 3D Reconstruction of an IN625 High-Energy Diffraction Microscopy Sample Using Multi-modal Serial Sectioning

High-energy diffraction microscopy (HEDM) in-situ mechanical testing experiments offer unique insight into the evolving deformation state within polycrystalline materials. These experiments rely on a sophisticated analysis of the diffraction data …

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Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation is committed to building a seamless and dynamic materials and manufacturing design framework supporting the accelerated discovery, development, and application of materials and processes. The journal explores innovations from the discovery of materials through their manufacture that support the practice of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME). IMMI focuses on presenting new experimental and computational tools, data analysis and management methods, and valuable multiscale datasets, and on the impact the use of an ICME approach has on advancing materials and manufacturing technologies.

As of January 1, 2017, IMMI will convert from an Open Access journal to a subscription journal. IMMI will continue to be published by Springer Nature. All new manuscripts should be submitted via the new editorial submission site www.editorialmanager.com/immj.

IMMI is a publication of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS).

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