Mechanism of Anisotropic Dimensional Changes During Sintering of Metal Powder Compact
The dimensional change of a metal powder compact during sintering has been considered as one of the major parameters with which the mechanism of sintering can be described quantitatively. The changes, however, are anisotropic in a cold pressed compact. The value depends on the direction in which it is measured, i.e., the compacting one or the lateral one.
KeywordsPowder Compact Particle Movement Dimensional Change Particle Boundary Model Compact
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