Advances in Powder Metallurgy

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Advances in powder metallurgy

Advances in powder metallurgy
  • Author : I. Todd,A.T. Sidambe
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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Metal injection moulding (MIM) is a manufacturing process used for small-to-medium-shaped precision components. This chapter provides a detailed overview of MIM and includes descriptions of the principles of the process such as powders, binders, mixing and feedstock analysis, injection moulding, binder removal (debinding), sintering and post-sintering. The chapter concludes with case studies and the design requirements for MIM and its applications.

Advances in Powder Metallurgy

Advances in Powder Metallurgy
  • Author : Isaac Chang,Yuyuan Zhao
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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Powder metallurgy (PM) is a popular metal forming technology used to produce dense and precision components. Different powder and component forming routes can be used to create an end product with specific properties for a particular application or industry. Advances in powder metallurgy explores a range of materials and techniques used for powder metallurgy and the use of this technology across a variety of application areas. Part one discusses the forming and shaping of metal powders and includes chapters on

Advances in powder metallurgy

Advances in powder metallurgy
  • Author : A. Simchi,A.A. Nojoomi
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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Warm compaction is a cost saving and effective method for obtaining high performance powder metallurgy (PM) parts. This chapter presents the principles of warm compaction and technical aspects of the process. The green and sintered properties of warm compacted parts are discussed and compared with conventionally (cold) produced compacts. The applications of the process for ferrous and non-ferrous PM parts are presented and future trends are outlined.

Advances in powder metallurgy

Advances in powder metallurgy
  • Author : J.J. Dunkley
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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This chapter is a review of recent developments (since 2000) and aims to provide the reader with an introduction to a range of atomisation techniques developed in the last century, in order to understand the latest developments. The basic principles of gas, water and centrifugal atomisation are covered, followed by discussion of problems and advances in each area. The chapter will not attempt to cover all the classical techniques in detail. A previous review or major book can be consulted for

Advances in powder metallurgy

Advances in powder metallurgy
  • Author : H. Danninger,C. Gierl-Mayer
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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Ferrous powder metallurgy (PM) makes up the majority of powder metallurgy products with regard to tonnage. Improving performance is the main trend for pressed and sintered parts, in particular the introduction of cost-effective alloy elements such as Cr and Mn. Furthermore, much can be gained in ferrous PM by elaborate secondary operations. In metal injection moulding (MIM) products, there is a clear trend towards increasingly complex shapes and microsized parts. PM tool steels offer a much finer and fully isotropic

Advances in powder metallurgy

Advances in powder metallurgy
  • Author : R. Goodall
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 August 2013
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This chapter describes the processing and properties of metals containing significant fractions of porosity, processed using powders. The basic concepts used in porous materials research are introduced and the different types of processing techniques that have been explored are surveyed. The reported property data for different foams are collated and used to illustrate the range of properties that have been achieved and methods to predict the properties of porous metals from elementary knowledge about their structure are discussed. Finally, the