Based on the principles of additive manufacturing technology, the City University of Hong Kong has developed a novel in situ powder metallurgy method for the first time to achieve the design and manufacture of ultra-high performance alloys, while effectively reducing production costs and carbon emissions, and improving raw material and energy efficiency.
In order to improve the performance and service reliability of structural materials, and reduce the cost of raw materials and carbon emissions, the City University of Hong Kong has proposed the in-situ alloy design and manufacturing technology for the first time, which has overturned the traditional metallurgical method and greatly expanded the application space of additive manufacturing technology.
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