Atomic-level crystallization in selective laser melting fabricated Zr-based metallic glasses
As a promising additive manufacturing technique, selective laser melting (SLM) provides the possibility of fabricating metallic glassy components free of the constraints of geometrical complexity and dimensions. However, unexpected crystallization greatly affects the microstructure and degrades the mechanical performance of SLM-fabricated metallic glasses (MGs). To clarify the crystallization mechanism and the effect of laser processing on the crystallization, we investigate the atomic-level...[Show more]
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