Microstructure and mechanical properties of Haynes 282 superalloy produced by laser powder bed fusion
Journal article, 2021

Ni-base superalloys are essential materials for high-temperature applications in the energy and aerospace sectors.
Significant benefits in design, function, and manufacture of high-temperature components may be realized from
additive manufacturing (AM) of these materials. However, because of cracking issues during AM fabrication,
only a handful of materials have been tried and qualified. This article provides an initial evaluation of the
processability and properties of Haynes 282 by laser-powder bed fusion (LPBF), which is a relatively new Ni-base
superalloy with properties superior to those of many legacy wrought superalloys. The results demonstrated that
crack-free Haynes 282 can be manufactured by means of LPBF with full density. The mechanical properties at
ambient temperature exceeded the properties of the reference material in the as-built and heat-treated conditions, albeit with significant anisotropy. Mechanical properties at 800 ◦C indicated that the yield strength of heattreated Haynes 282 by LPBF was comparable to that of the reference material, however, ductility was significantly reduced. Promising stress rupture performance also indicates that Haynes 282 is an ideal candidate for
adoption in additive manufacturing, especially if heat treatments can be re-designed for the additively manufactured as-built microstructure.

Nickel-base superalloy High temperature material Haynes 282 Additive manufacturing Laser powder bed fusion Microstructure Mechanical performance

Author

Abdul Shaafi Shaikh

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Fiona Schulz

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Kevin Minet-Lallemand

EOS Finland Oy

Eduard Hryha

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Materials Today Communications

2352-4928 (ISSN)

Vol. 26

Subject Categories

Physical Chemistry

Areas of Advance

Materials Science

DOI

10.1016/j.mtcomm.2021.102038

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