Effect of “Inheritance” in Powder Metallurgy
The investigation of the kinetics of non-isothermal sintering have facilitated the use of important new data which could not be explained by conventional concepts of sintering processes.
KeywordsActive Defect Isothermal Holding Temperature Jump Nickel Powder Excessive Vacancy
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