activated sintering

activated sintering

[′ak·tə‚vād·əd ′sin·tər·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Sintering of a metal powder compact in contact with a gaseous atmosphere which reacts with the metal surfaces and enhances the joining of metal particles.
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Zhang, "Thermal and electrical properties of W-Cu composite produced by activated sintering," Materials and Design, vol.
[38], they implemented two sintering techniques, namely, high-frequency induction-heated sintering (HFIHS) and pulsed current activated sintering (PCAS) for directly consolidating WC-0, 8, 10, and 12%Co powders.
Mechanical properties of WC-0, 8, 10, and 12%Co hardmetals directly consolidated through high-frequency induction-heated sintering (HFIHS) and pulsed current activated sintering (PCAS) [38] were evaluated and a correlation between fracture toughness and hardness was established in addition to studying mechanical properties' variation with different Co content.
However, processing these composites through other methods, such as selective laser sintering [36, 37], pulsed current activated sintering [38], high-frequency induction heated combustion synthesis [39], high-frequency induction-heated sintering [38, 41], electric-discharge compaction [43], pulsed electric current sintering [44], laser engineered net shaping [59], and high velocity oxy-fuel [59], remains an alternative way to produce WC-based nanocomposites with preserved nanostructure and improved properties.
Li, "Synthesis of [Ti.sub.2]SnC at low-temperature using mechanically activated sintering process," Materials Science and Engineering: A, vol.

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