High-performance applications demand high-performance alloys, computationally optimised for your application
The Alloys-by-Design (ABD®) platform uses algorithms based on the latest science, proprietary software, and computing horsepower to predict the performance of millions of different alloys simultaneously, and choose the best optimisation for a particular application. Instead of months or even years of expensive trial-and-error, the ABD® process can reduce the time it takes to recommend a new composition to mere days.
The ABD® process starts with data – basic data such as the cost, density, and melting and boiling points of different elements; fundamental thermophysical data about the temperatures at which elements form different phases; and calculated data showing how the introduction of different elements affect the physics of the alloys into which they are mixed. The proprietary ABD® algorithms feed this data into scientific models, which allow our engineers to model the performance of millions of different alloy compositions simultaneously, and allow both automated and manual optimisation to select the composition that represents the best trade-off for any application.
Thoroughly modern and dependable
The properties of any alloy depend heavily on the method of its manufacture. ABD® alloys are tailored not just for performance, but also for the production environment. This allows our customers to produce best-in-class components without compromising on production yields.
A series of nickel and titanium alloys specially for the demands of additive manufacture, which benefit from a wide crack-free processing window and excellent performance on the parameters which count.
Advanced manufacturing modelling techniques help to identify the precise performance requirements of different applications. If existing ABD® alloys do not meet your needs, our engineers can work with you to co-develop the alloy that best fits your requirements.”
The ABD® alloy powders developed by OxMet have been
designed with the needs of additive manufacture in mind. Wide processing windows, crack-free components,