|Acquisition of 3D Data for Prediction of Monotonic and Cyclic Properties of Superalloys
|Year of Publication
|Echlin MP, Lenthe WC, Stinville J-C, Pollock TM
|Ghosh S, Woodward C, Przybyla C
|Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME): Advancing Computational and Experimental Methods
|Springer International Publishing
The component design and fatigue life prediction of turbine disk alloys are critically dependent on the thermomechanical properties of the material. The TriBeam microscope provides a pathway to capture large, targeted 3D microstructural data volumes from turbine disk alloys in order to instantiate models that are used to simulate mechanical loading and assess material properties. The TriBeam experiments used to capture the microstructure, the analysis methods, data requirements, and future needs for 3D infrastructure will be discussed.