dissolution of different graphite grades during sintering of

Application of thermal analysis techniques to study the

The reduction processes occurring during sintering take place mainly through the reaction with gaseous reducing agents from the atmosphere (in particular H 2 and CO) or with the admixed graphite. Hydrogen is the most effective reducing agent at low temperatures, taking care of the reduction of iron oxides layers covering most of the surface of the steel powders at temperatures around 400 C.

EFFICIENCY OF DIFFERENT CARBON SOURCES DURING

EFFICIENCY OF DIFFERENT CARBON SOURCES DURING SINTERING OF CR-PREALLOYED PM STEELS: GRAPHENE, GRAPHITE OR CARBON BLACK? Paper in proceedings, 2014 Prerequisite for development of inter-particle necks as well as carbon dissolution in the steel matrix is efficient removal of the iron oxide layer, covering surface of the base steel powder.

Use of ferricyanide for gold and silver cyanidation

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OPTIMIZING PROPERTIES OF P/M PARTS THROUGH SELECTION

process, the transformation to martensite takes place during the cooling phase of the sintering cycle, thus reducing thermal stresses as compared to oil quenching. Many powder grades have been developed for sinter hardening applications.

Studies of Oxide Reduction and Nitrogen Uptake in Sintering of Chromium

conditions during sintering at 1120 C of steel powder pre-alloyed with 3% Cr. With graphite added to the powder, conditions are reducing at higher oxygen partial pressures (up to 10-16 atm) due to favourable conditions locally in the material. Sintering at 1120 C

Dissolution Rate of Al2O3 into Molten CaO–SiO2–Al2O3 Slags

65 310 mL) was prepared by sintering high purity Al 2 O 3 ( 99.8%). 2.2. Experimental Apparatus The apparatus employed in the present study to measure the dissolution rate of alumina is schematically shown in Fig. 2. A resistance furnace was used for

High Temperature Corrosive Environment in a Sintering Plant for Pig Iron Production and Its Effect on Different Steel Grades

Sintering Plant for Pig Iron Production and Its Effect on Different Steel Grades Harald Rojacz, Lubomir Krabac, Markus Varga, Karl Adam, and Gnter Fafilek The harsh environment in a sintering plant for pig iron production leads to high temperature corrosion of

(PDF) Key metallurgical phenomena involved in the

The sintering behavior of prealloyed powders designed to be used as metallic binder phase in Diamond Impregnated Tools has been investigated. Specimens have been processed by free-sintering in a reducing atmosphere. Different additions and processing

Application of thermal analysis techniques to study the

The reduction processes occurring during sintering take place mainly through the reaction with gaseous reducing agents from the atmosphere (in particular H 2 and CO) or with the admixed graphite. Hydrogen is the most effective reducing agent at low temperatures, taking care of the reduction of iron oxides layers covering most of the surface of the steel powders at temperatures around 400 C.

Machinability of Malleable Iron Powder Materials vs Ductile Iron

have graphite nodules instead of flakes. This can be done by decreasing the sintering temperature of MIP, which prevents the total dissolution of carbon in the austenite. Therefore, a fraction of carbon is maintained in the ferrous matrix at sintering the

Effect of carbon activity and powder particle size on WC

During sintering, the average WC grain size increases, leading to a coarser structure, which affects the performance of the final product. The coarsening occurs by dissolution of small grains and growth of large grains. In the present work, the effect of high carbon

Influence of conductive secondary phase on thermal gradients development during Spark Plasma Sintering

composites (0, 25, 50, 75, 100 vol%TiC) showing different electrical and thermal conductivities. Two pyrometers were used in order to observe and measure the thermal gradients and the percolation of the current during sintering at a high heating rate and without

Effect of Palygorskite on the Sintering Process and

The sintering process of bone china bodies containing 0, 2, 4, and 6 wt % palygorskite was studied by X-ray diffraction (XRD), differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetry (DSC/TG), and dilatometric tests. According to the XRD and DSC/TG results, the increment of palygorskite increased the content of the amorphous phase and reduced the formation temperature of the early liquid phase

Spark plasma sintering of alumina/yttria‐doped silicon carbide

POPOLIIO ET AL. 93 increase the sinterability of SiC has been largely studied during the last decades. Some activities have been focused on the use of oxides,21‒25 which enhance the final densities by the acti- vation of liquid-phase sintering (LPS).21,23 The most popular

Microstructure and Phase Composition Of Steatite Ceramics Sintered by Traditional and Spark Plasma Sintering

1400 C depending on the selected sintering procedure [13, 14]. The mineral phases present in the steatite undergo crystallization, fusion and dissolution during the vitrification. The final steatite structure should resemble that of mineral enstatite as it comprises3

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New Iron Powder for Low Density Applications

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Reactivity of Carbon Based Materials for Powder

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High performance structural PM steel components by

The role and behavior of lubricant and graphite additions during the process were also examined. Conventional sintering was also performed for comparison. Results from the microstructural investigation show complete dissolution of both the diffusion-bonded Cu and the admixed graphite during sintering.

Degradation Characteristics of Porous Fe

sintering process in the nitrogen gas atmosphere to prevent oxidation of the powder during the process. The first step (3 h, 850 C) was used for thermal decomposition from K 2 CO 3, and the second step, sintering (1.5 h, 1100 C), was performed for austenite

Advances in Cold Sintering

related to those in liquid phase sintering (2). During cold sintering, powdered material is mixed with a transient liquid in which it is partially soluble. The moistened powder is then placed into a die and pressure (100–500 MPa) and heat (300 C) are applied to aid

Reaction of particles of grades S and KLZ graphites with

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Electrical conductivity and microstructure of sintered

The dissolution of graphite during sintering of PM steels prepared from iron and graphite powder mixes was studied using electrical conductivity measurement. The effect of graphite content and grade on the carbon transport rate and related mechanisms was investigated by sintering in the range 500 to 1200C in different atmospheres, including hydrogen, nitrogen, and vacuum.

1. Introduction

In Figures 5(a) – 5(d) are the spectra of the processing gas composition during the whole sintering cycle at 1200 C for all the tested densities of the AstCrM + 0.5% C components. The heating rate was 10 C/min, cooling rate—50 C/min. Profile of curves of the H 2 O, CO 2, and CO contents provides information on gas evolution due to respective chemical reactions and their temperature

Effect of different carbon sources on the sintering

Carbon is added to sintered steels with two main purposes: to reduce residual surface oxide during heating stage and further dissolve in the steel matrix for alloying purposes. The most desirable requirement to the carbon source is that it provides efficient oxide reduction before inter-particle necks starts to develop and so minimizes risk of the surface oxide enclosure, resulting in weak

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CARBON DISSOLUTION IN IRON

dissolution kinetics of alloying additions, e.g. Carbon, during sintering of iron powders. Special attention is paid to the dissolution of the alloying additives inside the compact, the conditions that favor the process and the kinetics of the process. A theory is

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