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A Processing-Structure-Properties-Performance (PSPP) map simply summarizes knowledge on the behavior of a given materials system. This is a helpful tool that may successfully serve as a standard means of communication on the physical and chemical mechanisms that regulate the performance of a materials system, as well as guidance on the sort of data necessary to correctly characterize that materials system as a whole. This article provides a literature review of how stainless-steel properties are affected by different treatment techniques in addition to a step-by-step methodology for creating a map for any materials system and then uses data regarding these methods to construct a map for a stainless steel produced via additive manufacturing
James Worth Bagley College of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Moutawakil, Ihab and boukraa, abdelmounem, "Construction of a PSPP Map of Stainless-Steel Alloy Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing" (2021). ME 4133/6133 Mechanical Metallurgy. 6.