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3D Printing for Energy Applications


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1st edition 

by Albert Taranc√≥n (Editor), Vincenzo Esposito (Editor) 

Explore current and future perspectives of 3D printing for the fabrication of high value-added complex devices

3D Printing for Energy Applications delivers an insightful and cutting-edge exploration of the applications of 3D printing to the fabrication of complex devices in the energy sector. The book covers aspects related to additive manufacturing of functional materials with applicability in the energy sector. It reviews both the technology of printable materials and 3D printing strategies itself, and its use in energy devices or systems.

Split into three sections, the book covers the 3D printing of functional materials before delving into the 3D printing of energy devices. It closes with printing challenges in the production of complex objects. It also presents an interesting perspective on the future of 3D printing of complex devices.

Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of

· A thorough introduction to 3D printing of functional materials, including metals, ceramics, and composites

· An exploration of 3D printing challenges for production of complex objects, including computational design, multimaterials, tailoring AM components, and volumetric AM

· Practical discussions of 3D printing of energy devices, including batteries, supercaps, solar panels, fuel cells, turbomachinery, thermoelectrics, and CCUS

Perfect for materials scientists, 3D Printing for Energy Applications will also earn a place in the libraries of graduate students in engineering, chemistry, and material sciences seeking a one-stop reference for current and future perspectives on 3D printing of high value-added complex devices.

 


DETAILS:

Year: 2021

Pages: 389

Language: English

Format: PDF

Size: 12 MB

Publisher: Wiley-American Ceramic Society

ISBN-10: 1119560756

ISBN-13: 978-1119560753

ASIN: B08YS9H25S

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