Thermal Modeling in Metal Additive Manufacturing Using Graph Theory

@article{Yavari2019ThermalMI,
  title={Thermal Modeling in Metal Additive Manufacturing Using Graph Theory},
  author={M. Reza Yavari and Kevin D. Cole and Prahalada K. Rao},
  journal={Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering},
  year={2019}
}
The goal of this work is to predict the effect of part geometry and process parameters on the instantaneous spatiotemporal distribution of temperature, also called the thermal field or temperature history, in metal parts as they are being built layer-by-layer using additive manufacturing (AM) processes. In pursuit of this goal, the objective of this work is to develop and verify a graph theory-based approach for predicting the temperature distribution in metal AM parts. This objective is… 

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