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Yohann Thimont – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • thermoelectric higher manganese silicide synthetized sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

  • Thermoelectric Higher Manganese Silicide: Synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering/Melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

Philippe Tailhades – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • thermoelectric higher manganese silicide synthetized sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

  • Thermoelectric Higher Manganese Silicide: Synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering/Melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

Vincent Baylac – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • thermoelectric higher manganese silicide synthetized sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

  • Thermoelectric Higher Manganese Silicide: Synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering/Melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

Lionel Presmanes – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • thermoelectric higher manganese silicide synthetized sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.

  • Thermoelectric Higher Manganese Silicide: Synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by selective laser sintering/Melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
    Materials Letters, 2018
    Co-Authors: Yohann Thimont, Lionel Presmanes, Vincent Baylac, Philippe Tailhades, David Berthebaud, Franck Gascoin
    Abstract:

    Complex geometry legs were advantageous to obtain higher thermoelectric potential due to a better thermal dissipation. Among all industrial processes, Additive Manufacturing using a selective laser sintering (SLS) or melting (SLM) Techniques is the most promising to obtain such complex-shape legs without machining step. In this work, for the first time, Higher Manganese Silicide (HMS) sheet samples were synthetized, sintered and shaped simultaneously by Additive Manufacturing from ball milled manganese and silicon powder. Impact of surface power density and scanning rate of the laser on the microstructural and structural properties was discussed for some SLS/M parameters. Characterizations have shown that both densification and pure HMS phase can be obtained by SLS/M.