Hans Gruber

Doctoral Student at Materials and manufacture

Hans Gruber is a PhD student working on additive manufacturing of metallic materials by powder bed fusion with focus on laser sintering; a rapidly growing technique that offers several benefits compared to conventional manufacturing processes. Further growth of the technique is limited by the low amount of alloys/powders and a high powder price.Hans’ research focuses on powder development, degradation and recycling and characterization of additively manufactured components. Focus is placed on Ni-based superalloys for high-temperature applications, such as rocket engines and gas turbines.

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Short-term creep behavior of an additive manufactured non-weldable Nickel-base superalloy evaluated by slow strain rate testing

Jinghao Xu, Hans Gruber, D. Deng et al
Acta Materialia. Vol. 179, p. 142-157
Journal article

Effect of Powder Recycling in Electron Beam Melting on the Surface Chemistry of Alloy 718 Powder

Hans Gruber, Mikael Henriksson, Eduard Hryha et al
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science. Vol. 50 (9), p. 4410-4422
Journal article

Surface Oxide State on Metal Powder and its Changes during Additive Manufacturing: an Overview

Eduard Hryha, Ruslan Shvab, Hans Gruber et al
Metallurgia Italiana (3), p. 34-39
Journal article

Effect of Powder Recycling on the Fracture Behavior of Electron Beam Melted Alloy 718

Hans Gruber, P. Karimi, Eduard Hryha et al
Powder Metallurgy Progress. Vol. 18 (1), p. 40-48
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Influence of build layout and orientation on microstructural characteristics of electron beam melted Alloy 718

P. Karimi, E. Sadeghi, D. Deng et al
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 99 (9-12), p. 2903-2913
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A Comparative Study of the Initial Corrosion of KCl and PbCl2 on a Low-Alloyed Steel

Erik Larsson, Hans Gruber, Kristina M Hellström et al
Oxidation of Metals. Vol. 87 (5-6), p. 779-787
Journal article

An FEM-based approach for tool wear estimation in machining

Amir Malakizadi, Hans Gruber, Ibrahim Sadik et al
Wear. Vol. 368, p. 10-24
Journal article

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