2 edition of Cold compaction of ball-milled nonograin iron alloys found in the catalog.
Cold compaction of ball-milled nonograin iron alloys
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD
Written in English
|Other titles||Cold compaction of ball milled nonograin iron alloys.|
|Statement||A. Munitz ... [et al.].|
|Series||NISTIR -- 5991.|
|Contributions||Munitz, A., National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
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Cold compaction of bee-Fe and fee-Fe alloys was accomplished statically and dynamically by cold isostatic pressure, CIP, and cold dynamic compaction, CO respectively. Characterization of the resulting compacts and microstructure included optical and scanning electron microscopy, mierohardness measurements, and density by: 5.
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It was found that FeNiCoAl-2X (X=Ti, Nb and Ta) alloys have a relatively high γ’ solvus temperature and that they show high hardness when aged at °C, especially in the case of Ta.
Sintered Fe-Ni-Cu-Sn-C alloys made of ball-milled powders Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 59(3) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. XRD patterns of the ball-milled powders with different x tot are shown in Fig.
alloys A–F, only the peaks corresponding to ferrite can be observed, despite the fact that x tot is much higher than the equilibrium solubility of carbon in α-ferrite at room temperature.
When x tot reaches the highest value of at.% C (alloy G), only one rather broad peak is by: 1 Article 2 Characteristics of Cold and Hot Pressed 3 Iron Aluminum Powder Metallurgical Alloys 4 Ahmed Nassef1, W.H.
El‐Garaihy2,* and Medhat El‐Hadek3 5 1 Department ofProduction & Mechanical Design, Faculty Engineering, Port‐Said University, Egypt; 6 [email protected] 7 2 Mechanical Engineering Department, Unizah College ofEngineering, Qassim University, KingdomAuthor: Ahmed Nassef, Waleed El-Garaihy, Medhat El-Hadek.
Recrystallization of a ball-milled ferritic ODS steel is studied towards its evolution from as-milled powder to consolidated state. This characterization has been made possible by using a combination of X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and an innovative method based on an Automated Crystallographic Orientation Mapping (ACOM) tool attached to a Transmission Electron Microscope Cited by: Influence of composition, grain size, and oxide particles on the strength of consolidated ball-milled iron J A Benito1,2, V Gregoire3,4, C Casas 2,3 and J M Cabrera 1 EUETIB, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, C/Comte d’UrgellBarcelona, Spain.
2 Fundació CTM Centre Tecnològic, Plaça de la ciencia 2, Manresa, Spain. 3 ETSEIB, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Av. A mixture of expanded graphite (EG) and iron powders was ball-milled in a high-energy mill under an air atmosphere and subsequently annealed under a vacuum atmosphere.
The products were characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD), and their anti-friction effect used as lubricating additive was investigated by using a : Yu Shan Li.
stainless steel is transformed to some degree by cold working so that a mixed martensitic-austenitic struc-ture is developed . It is worth nothing that, in contrast to the as-received chips, the ball milled powders exhibited a very strong ferromagnetic behav-iour as a result of a high fraction of martensite in the ball milled sample.
Pan Shunkang et al. / Rare Metal Materials and Engineering,45(2): The selected starting materials Al and Mn had purities no less than %. The experimental powder was prepared based on the chemical composition of Mn 55 Al The sample was smelted in.
Inﬂuence of Iron Oxide Particles on the Strength of Ball-Milled Iron Donald R. Lesuer 1, Chol K. Syn and Oleg D. Sherby2 1Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CAUSA 2Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CAUSA Detailed microstructural and mechanical property studies of ball-milled iron, in the powder and consolidated.