Hot Isostatic Pressing of Titanium 6A1-4V
Hot isostatic pressing (HIP), a relatively new powder consolidation process of perhaps greater potential than conventional pressing and sintering, has been investigated as a method of consolidating prealloyed titanium 6A1-4V powder.
KeywordsFracture Toughness Spherical Powder Beta Transus Hydride Powder Rotate Electrode Process
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