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FDM 3D PRINTING PROCESS PARAMETERS OPTIMIZATION USING TAGUCHI METHOD FOR IMPROVING THE GEAR STRENGTH

These are just some of the examples, but fused decomposition modeling has emerged as the most popular method. It is also known as additive manufacturing, selective laser melting, and sintering are just some of the examples, but fused decomposition modeling has been the most popular method. The Taguchi L 8 orthogonal array was used to analyze the effect of variables on two dimensions in order to reduce the number of experimental tests.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6523891


3D PRINTING IN DENTISTRY

Manufacturing of 3D objects is of umost importance in various medical fields, including dentistry. Charles Hull printed a 3D model with the first 3D printer in 1984 for the first time. Dental specialists are well-regarded by dental professionals because of its ability to produce complicated parts with ease, precision, ease of manufacturing, and reduced chair time, enabling the dental practitioner to provide more effective care. 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process in which a 3D object is created by successive material layers and produces a 3D object.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6523259


Experimental Quantification of Gas Dispersion in 3D-Printed Logpile Structures Using a Noninvasive Infrared Transmission Technique

3D-printed catalyst structures have the ability to broaden reactor operating windows. Twenty-two structural variations have been investigated at various operating conditions, and the measured transverse gas dispersion has been correlated to Péclet number and the structures' morphology and feature size. Stggered configurations of these logpile structures have significantly higher dispersion behavior when compared to conventional structures, according to it.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6517082


Shape Trumps Size: Image-Based Morphological Analysis Reveals That the 3D Shape Discriminates Intracranial Aneurysm Disease Status Better Than Aneurysm Size

As an aneurysm's 3D shape is heavily dependent on the underlying manufacturing processes, it is believed that the presence of particular shape characteristics matches the disease status of the aneurysm wall. paraphrasedoutput:Methods. We present a classification pipeline that aims to find shape characteristics that have the highest predictive power of aneurysm rupture status. Aneurysms were isolated from medical imaging records using a standardized protocol. We investigated the connection between shape characteristics and aneurysm disease prevalence using statistical learning techniques. The prediction was not affected by different protocols to isolate the aneurysm dome. Concluding studies We found issues concerning generalizability when trained models were applied to databases with different selection biases. Because rupture rates vary with aneurysm site, predictive models should be compared to a baseline model using only location as predictor.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6513826


3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE IN ORTHOPEDIC THERAPIES

3D printing has only been used in a handful of medical occupations, including dentistry, maxillofacial procedures, and neurosurgery, only recently. Personalized surgical therapy may be rapidly and accurately created by 3D printing, lowering frequency response time, and complications related. And because of 3D printing's specifics, it could lead to accuracy medicine for the physician and accuracy medicine, while still providing cases with both the highest cure results at the lowest possible cost.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6505157


KAJI EKSPERIMEN MODEL 3D RODA GIGI HELIKS BERBASIS SCRIPT MENGGUNAKAN SOFTWARE AUTODESK FUSION 360®

Part number 0518 of ISO T. E. A. A standard part number 0518, the aim of this study is to develop and compare script-based 3D modeling of helical gears using Autodesk Fusion 360® software then compare with a 3D helical gear model from ISO T. E. A standard part number 0518. In addition, the script A and B's model will be reviewed and compared to the ISO T. E. A standard part number 0518 based on its volume and geometry, as well as 3D helical gear model using solidwork® and geomagic® software. The 3D model that most closely matches the ISO T. E. A standard number model part 0518 is the model that most closely matches the ISO T. E. A. A model part 0518, according to the table, while the 3D model with total number of faces is 7, is the one that most closely matches the ISO T. E. A. A standard number part 0518 3D helical gear model, while the 3D model with script tipe A with total number of face is 0518 standard number part 0518 model that most closely matches the ISO T. A part 0518 standard number part 0518 standard number part 0518 3D 0518 3D 05183D version that most 0518 standard number part 0518 3D 0518 3D 0518 3D 0518 3D 0518 3D 0518 0518. A standard number part 0518 3D 0518 3D 0518. A part 0518. B. A.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6499821


Deliverable D2.2 - 3D physical and digital models of the real pilot

The architectural model and the structural model were both developed with the desire to know the architectural features and the structural integrity of the pilot building before applying the e-SAFE technology. In addition, the desire to test the reaction of the Reinforced Concrete frame to earthquake motions; with or without the use of e-SAFE technologies; was content with the construction of the third model, a generic two-bay RC frame.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6497142

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