Richard J Williams
Richard J Williams
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Imperial College London
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A Pragmatic Part Scale Model for Residual Stress and Distortion Prediction in Powder Bed Fusion
RJ Williams, CM Davies, PA Hooper
Additive Manufacturing, 2018
In situ thermography for laser powder bed fusion: Effects of layer temperature on porosity, microstructure and mechanical properties
RJ Williams, A Piglione, T Rønneberg, C Jones, MS Pham, CM Davies, ...
Additive Manufacturing 30, 100880, 2019
Effects of heat treatment on residual stresses in the laser powder bed fusion of 316L stainless steel: Finite element predictions and neutron diffraction measurements
RJ Williams, F Vecchiato, J Kelleher, MR Wenman, PA Hooper, ...
Journal of Manufacturing Processes 57, 641-653, 2020
Fracture Toughness Behaviour of 316L Stainless Steel Samples Manufactured Through Selective Laser Melting
CM Davies, R Zhou, O Withnell, R Williams, T Ronneberg, PA Hooper
Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference 51678, V06AT06A006, 2018
Finite element prediction and validation of residual stress profiles in 316L samples manufactured by laser powder bed fusion
RJ Williams, PA Hooper, CM Davies
Procedia Structural Integrity 13, 1353-1358, 2018
Fracture analysis of 316L steel samples manufactured by selective laser melting
CM Davies, O Withnell, T Ronnerberg, R Williams, PA Hooper
Procedia Structural Integrity 13, 1384-1389, 2018
Creep deformation and failure properties of 316 L stainless steel manufactured by laser powder bed fusion under multiaxial loading conditions
RJ Williams, J Al-Lami, PA Hooper, MS Pham, CM Davies
Additive Manufacturing, 101706, 2020
Thermal Modeling in Metal Additive Manufacturing using Graph Theory: Experimental Validation with In-situ Infrared Thermography Data from Laser Powder Bed Fusion
R Yavari, RJ Williams, KD Cole, PA Hooper, P Rao
Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, 2020
In situ monitoring of the layer height in laser powder bed fusion
RJ Williams, CM Davies, PA Hooper
Material Design & Processing Communications, 2020
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