Electrospark Dispersion in Nanopowder Production for Additive Technologies
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A laboratory electrospark system permits the creation of an overvoltage in the gap between dispersible electrodes. Conductive nanopowder may be produced by an electrospark method with a considerable overvoltage in the electrode gap. The production of small powder batches for additive technology by this means is promising and economical.
Keywords:nanoparticles nanopowder additive technology powder composites electrospark dispersion
Financial support was provided by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science (project 8.7552.2017/8.9).
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