Tensile behavior of functionally graded sandwich PLA-ABS produced via fused filament fabrication process

Tensile behavior of functionally graded sandwich PLA-ABS produced via fused filament fabrication process

Umut Caliskan, Caglar Sevim, Munise Didem Demirbas

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Abstract. The study investigated the tensile behavior of Sandwich Functionally Graded Material (SFGM) fabricated using Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology. SFGMs are characterized by a gradual variation in composition and structure with respect to the forming volume from the lower and upper surfaces of the structure towards the center, resulting in a corresponding change in material properties. Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), a widely used AM process, was used in the present work to fabricate the thermoplastic polymer-based SFGM specimens. SFGM were produced by the FFF method using ABS and PLA materials and subjected to tensile tests according to ASTM D638.

Additive Manufacturing, Functionally Graded Material, Sandwich Structure, Tensile Behavior, Acrylonitrile Benzidine Styrene, Polylactic Acid

Published online 8/10/2023, 8 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA

Citation: Umut Caliskan, Caglar Sevim, Munise Didem Demirbas, Tensile behavior of functionally graded sandwich PLA-ABS produced via fused filament fabrication process, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 31, pp 726-733, 2023

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21741/9781644902592-74

The article was published as article 74 of the book Advanced Topics in Mechanics of Materials, Structures and Construction

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