By A. Bose
Advances in Particulate fabrics introduces the ways and rules linked to simple powder construction, and info the main serious, state of the art developments within the region of fabrics processing and particulate fabrics. because the calls for of contemporary know-how bring up, particulate fabrics enables the construction of various complex fabrics that could be used in aerospace, automobile, protection, chemical, and clinical industries.
Provides in-depth insurance of a few of the main fascinating and the most important advancements within the region of particulate fabrics
Covers either processing and the fabrics element of a few of the rising parts of particulate fabrics
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Various methods of characterizing the powders have been described by German in his book Powder Metallurgy Science . A brief discussion on the health hazards, especially the toxic effects of particulate materials on the human system, has been also included under the heading of powder characteristics. It is feh that this topic will be of importance to the P/M industry. Cold Consolidation Techniques The previous section introduced the different types of particulates and their important characteristics.
7b . Some of the materials that have been successfully fabricated by the CONFORM™ process include, aluminum and its alloys, copper and its alloys including dispersion-hardened copper with alumina, silver and silver-cadmium oxide electrical contact materials, zinc, and magnesium. The flexibihty of this process enables it to produce small-diameter (2 mm) wires to larger sohd or hollow sections. Small amounts of feed material can be extruded by this process. The process provides the opportunity to retain the beneficial effects of rapidly solidified materials, since the temperatures associated with the processing are not very high.
Detailed descriptions of the common powder processing and consolidation approaches have been given by various authors including German, Lenel, Hausner and Mai, Goetzel, and Jones [8-12]. Several important powder processing methods and some of the advanced consolidation techniques are covered in the subsequent chapters of this book. Since one of the main purposes of this book is to cover some of the advanced topics in particulate materials, no separate chapter has been dedicated to the conventional cold compaction techniques.