presintering

presintering

[prē′sint·ə·riŋ]
(metallurgy)
Heating a compact to a temperature lower than the final sintering temperature to facilitate handling or to remove a binder or lubricant.
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In the presintering process, the copper tube was heated in a heating chamber to around 500[degrees]C (932[degrees]F) for about 1 h.
They are prepared by presintering at tem- peratures below 1500C to reach a density of atleast
Sample prepared after using recrushed powders from presintering gives significant improved properties and good biocompatibility.
During the presintering stage, the polymer in the composite is degraded, and as a result of this degradation, small amounts of carbon residue are left behind.
Presintering is very critical for the correct consolidation of carbide and cobalt.
End-Use Applications: A Detailed Analysis II-18 Cemented Carbides/Hard Metals II-18 Techniques Used to Protect Equipment from Wear II-18 Steel and Alloys II-19 Electrical and Electronic Applications II-19 Tungsten Wire II-20 Tungsten & Illuminating Lamps II-20 Manufacturing Process of Tungsten Wire II-21 Pressing II-21 Presintering II-21 Full Sintering II-21 Swaging II-21 Drawing II-21 Chemical Applications of Tungsten II-21 Laboratory Applications II-22 Other End-Use Applications II-22