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The powder metallurgy route applied was a conventional route consisting of blending titanium matrix powder with different percentages of various titanium compounds, as reinforcement particles, followed by cold compaction in a uniaxial press with a floating matrix and a sintering process in a vacuum furnace.
A scaling exponent was determined from the experimental data to relate measured mobility diameter to surface area for agglomerates. Using this relationship, the sintering characteristics of agglomerates were also examined for varying furnace temperatures and residence times.
Sintering Furnaces. Sintering is a heat treatment applied to a powder compact in order to impart strength and integrity. The temperature used for sintering is below the melting point of the major constituent of the Powder Metal material. Abbott Furnace Company designs and builds sintering furnaces around our clients' manufacturing needs – the time,
and flowing argon gas. The vacuum furnace was an MRF all metal hot zone furnace capable of 10-6 torr vacuum level. The argon furnace was an all graphite KYK Oxynon furnace. This furnace has oxygen reduction capability as a result of the oxygen reacting with the carbon to produce carbon monoxide. Samples were placed
sintering furnace. The furnace chamber must be an open space to allow the rotation system (Figure 1) to dive into the furnace because sample rotation is necessary to obtain computed tomography data. Therefore, the protective atmosphere must be constantly pumped into the furnace. The gas flow rate was set at
Sintering time per unit rise in ignition temperature The sintering times per unit rise in ignition temperature obtained by calculations involving experimental results and model-predicted results were compared to ascertain the degree of validity of the model. Sintering time per unit rise in the ignition temperature S t T, (mins /
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gate the sintering and infiltration process of Mold DIS. 2. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN The 316L stainless steel powder which grain size distribution is 2-30 m and prepared by water atomization is used (GRIPM Advanced Materials Co., Ltd, China). The shapes of powder particles are checked by scanning electron microscopy (Fig. 4).
tional furnace sintering through solid-state and super-solidus sintering routes. Experimental procedure The as-received gas-atomized 434L ferritic stainless steel (supplier: Ametek Specialty Metal Products, USA) and YAG (supplier: Treibacher, Austria) pow-ders had an average size of 60 and 1.5 lm, respectively.
Analysis of Dewaxing Behavior of Iron Powder Compacts Based on a Direct Observation of Decomposing Lubricant During Sintering in a Furnace 2. Experimental Method 2.1 Raw Materials and Blending Method The raw materials used were water-atomized iron powder (JIP®300A), electrolytic copper powder, and graphite powder.
Electric current assisted sintering (ECAS) technologies rely on electric currents to densify powders, with the advantage of reducing production time dramatically (from 15 minutes of the slowest ECAS to a few microseconds of the fastest), not requiring a long furnace heat and allowing near theoretical densities but with the drawback of simple shapes.
Production Sintering Furnaces. A pusher furnace moves the work through on a series of boats or plates (Fig. 2). One boat is pushed against another in a continuous train. A pusher furnace only pauses long enough to remove a boat at the exit end and add one at the entrance end. This is considered a constant push.
rate of 10 ml/min was maintained for the duration of the sintering cycle. The furnace temperature was monitored with a standard Pt-Rh thermocouple and no independent temperature verification was done on this furnace. In a typical sintering cycle, the furnace was heated from ambient temperatures to 600 P oC at 20 P
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Traditional flash sintering experiments use a dog-bone shaped sample hanged in the furnace center by two metallic (platinum) wires which act simultaneously as electrodes and sample's support. Some new procedures, including one of ours,, use easily pre-conformed pellet-shaped samples placed between two platinum discs electrodes. The sample's only contacts are the electrodes, so is mandatorily for the current to pass through the ceramic, which is the flash sintering technique principle.
and they were baked in the electric furnace at 1300°C for 5 to 10min, extracted from the furnace, and quenched in water. To study the effect of SiO 2, Al 2 O 3, and MgO addition to low-melting point composition N, as the melt composi-tion generated in the initial stage of sintering, these compo-nents were added in the range of SiO 2: 1 to