ASM Handbook: Volume 7: Powder Metal Technologies and - download pdf or read online

ASM Handbook: Volume 7: Powder Metal Technologies and - download pdf or read online

By Asm International Handbook Committee

ISBN-10: 0871703874

ISBN-13: 9780871703873

Covers all components of powder construction, sampling, characterization, shaping, consolidation, sintering, quality controls, machining, warmth treating, and PM purposes. For functional engineering details on sintering practices, software layout, P/M metallography, dimensional keep an eye on, half layout, powders, binders, lubricants, and the processing, houses, and function of P/M fabrics in numerous creation applied sciences and functions.

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Senkov, Thermohydrogen Processing of Titanium Alloys, Int. Mater. , 1998 (update planned for 1999) 26. H. Froes and C. Suryanarayana, Powder Processing of Titanium Alloys, Reviews in Particulate Materials, A. Bose, R. German, and A. , Metal Powder Industries Federation, 1993 27. H. Gleiter, Prog. Mater. , Vol 33, 1990, p 223 28. C. H. Froes, Metall. Trans. A, Vol 23, 1992, p 1071 29. W. Siegel, Ann. Rev. Mater. , Vol 21, 1991, p 559 30. H. Froes, C. H. Chen, A. K. H. H. "Sam" Froes, Institute for Materials and Advanced Processes (IMAP), University of Idaho, and John Hebeisen, Bodycote IMT, Inc.

Mg-Al-Zn-X (X = Si, Y, Nd, or Ce) alloys can exhibit tensile strengths ranging between 450 and 510 MPa. These alloys have strength and ductility combinations equivalent to high-strength aluminum alloys and are five times more corrosion resistant than the most resistant conventional magnesium alloys. Titanium. , >700 °C) through dispersion hardening (Ref 2, 3). The additions of erbium and other rare earth elements produce dispersoids that resist coarsening at least up to 800 °C; however, much further optimization is required particularly in increasing the volume fraction of second-phase particles.

Aluminum. 5Fe alloy is significantly higher than the strength of RS alloys up to at least 250 °C, a result of the fine microstructure produced by the vapor deposition technique. It is also possible to produce nanostructured layered structures that exhibit novel strength and modulus combinations (Ref 21, 22). Titanium. The electron beam vapor quenching technique has been used to produce alloys that are not possible by I/M or even RS. One example is the production of titanium-magnesium alloys. Magnesium boils below the melting point of titanium making production of a liquid alloy impossible by conventional methods.

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