2 edition of Modern developments in powder metallurgy found in the catalog.
Modern developments in powder metallurgy
International Powder Metallurgy Conference (1965 New York)
|Statement||sponsored by the Metal Powder Industries Federation... [and others] ; edited by Henry H. Hausner.|
|Series||Modern developments in powder metallurgy -- vols 1-3|
|Contributions||Hausner, Henry H.|
Particle size and distribution The values given are averaged; small parts are more costly than large parts. Slow cool There are many ways to atomise metal 8but for the modern manufacturing methods discussed here, the only processes widely used are water and gas atomisation. Continuous powder processing[ edit ] The phrase "continuous process" should be used only to describe modes of manufacturing which could be extended indefinitely in time. An important part of the book, covering a few chapters, is devoted to tool materials manufactured by powder metallurgy methods and to the potential extension of service life of the so-manufactured tools through integrated surface treatment.
Die pressing[ edit ] The dominant technology for the forming of products from powder materials, in terms of both tonnage quantities and numbers of parts produced, is die pressing. The existing books A need has been felt for quite some time for a textbook exclusively on powder metallurgy technology for students as well as practising engineers. Often, mechanical and thermal treatments are combined in what are known as thermo-mechanical treatments for better properties and more efficient processing of materials. Already mentioned is the need for vacuum melting of Ni-based superalloys, but for Ti, which reacts with and is degraded by ceramics, ceramic-free melting is mandatory, which has led to the deployment of EIGA and plasma atomisation which, despite their high capital and operating costs and low productivity, have not been bettered for this material. Work hardening creates microscopic defects in the metal, which resist further changes of shape.
This is similar to sintered chromium with added yttrium oxide. Design considerations[ edit ] Advantages over standard powder compaction are the possibility of thinner walls and larger workpieces. In most applications of powder metallurgy  the compact is hot-pressed, heated to a temperature above which the materials cannot remain work-hardened. Work intensity can be significantly reduced with them, machines can be relieved, raw materials saved and wastes reduced.
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Sintered carbides and sintered oxides can be used as heat-resistant materials. Mixing and blending There needs to be two electrodes of different materials: one the same material as the coating material and one that is receiving the coating material. Powder metallurgy can Modern developments in powder metallurgy book competitive in relation to other production processes, for example, casting, plastic working and machining, by complementing or replacing such techniques.
Takigawa and N. There are books on scientific aspects of powder metallurgy, but details of technological aspects are not available. The strip is then sintered and subjected to another rolling and further sintering. For softer, easier to form metals such as aluminium and copper alloys continuous extrusion may also Modern developments in powder metallurgy book performed using processes such as conform or continuous rotary extrusion.
Toothed gears, rollers, washers, nuts, pawls, parts of shock absorbers, valve seats, bearings, building joinery, parts of reinforcement, office machines and sewing machines are fabricated from sintered powders.
The detailed outline of various chapters in the book is given in Chapter 1 Introduction. Hard metal wires of 0. Educated at the University of Cambridge, UK, where he also received his doctorate for publications on atomisation inhe has worked on metal powder atomisation since and been responsible for the design of over plants in 34 countries.
Quenching is the process of cooling a high-carbon steel very quickly after heating, thus "freezing" the steel's molecules in the very hard martensite form, which makes the metal harder.
Selective laser sintering process. Kowen and T. The results of investigations are presented into the structure and properties of newly developed sintered-graded tool materials produced by the conventional metallurgy method from a mixture of high-speed HS steel powder and WC carbides.
They are usually made by hot pressing or skeleton infiltration from the skeleton of hard-melting metals having a lower melting point. Powder metallurgy methods allow producing products which cannot be manufactured by other methods.
Copyright: Atomising Systems Ltd Fig. Molten metal is broken up by high pressure water sprays, typically ranging from 3—20 MPa. Overview of the selected research problems The second chapter—on the basis of general information concerning the fundamentals of selection of the powder metallurgy technology and the general description of the technology, supplemented by a general review of materials and products fabricated by this technology covered in the first chapter—presents the state of the art of classical powder metallurgy technologies and a general description of new variants and special and hybrid technologies used in powder metallurgy, also for fabrication of products finding their applications in medicine and dentistry.
Some examples of applications for this technology and its influence on the properties of the so-manufactured materials are described.
Such bearings are generally produced as thin-walled sleeves with jackets, and also as barrels. Thermal spraying, also known as a spray welding process,  is an industrial coating process that consists of a heat source flame or other and a coating material that can be in a powder or wire form which is melted then sprayed on the surface of the material being treated at a high velocity.
Characterization of powders and subsequent compaction methods have been discussed with due reference to the final application. Work intensity can be significantly reduced with them, machines can be relieved, raw materials saved and wastes reduced.
Reprinted with permission Another method is a variant of the very commonly used filament deposition technology where a filament of plastic is heated and welded Modern developments in powder metallurgy book a base plate to build the part. For more reactive alloys, VIGA production is used.
The first zone, commonly coined the burn-off or purge stage, is designed to combust air, burn any contaminants such as lubricant or binders, and slowly raise the temperature of the compact materials.
Fabrication — sheets of metal are cut with guillotines or gas cutters and bent and welded into structural shape. It is possible to compact workpieces that are between 0. It also permits better dimensional control of the product, lessens sensitivity to physical characteristics of starting materials, and allows powder to be compressed to higher densities than with cold pressing, resulting in higher strength.
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