hot isostatic pressing


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hot isostatic pressing

[¦hät ‚ī·sō¦stad·ik ′pres·iŋ]
(engineering)
A process in which a ceramic or metal powder is consolidated by heating and compressing the powder equally from all directions inside a sealed flexible mold. Abbreviated HIP.
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Koss, "Densification of titanium powder during hot isostatic pressing," Metallurgical Transactions A, vol.
Alliant Techsystems engineers decided on a relatively old technology, hot isostatic pressing (HIP), using metal powder to create a warhead that would be light enough, yet lethal enough to meet Army requirements.
The use of cold and hot isostatic pressing (CIP and HIP) and metal injection molding are not as widely applied.
Nearly fully dense polycrystalline [TiB.sub.2] can be produced by a variety of processing methods, including sintering [9-13], hot pressing [14], hot isostatic pressing [10,11,15,16], microwave sintering [17], and dynamic compaction [18].
Nonferrous powder metallurgy (P/M) technology encompasses a variety of powder consolidation methods, including conventional press and sinter and hot isostatic pressing that form the technological backbone of the industry.
The zeolite A was then bonded with glass by hot isostatic pressing to form glass-bonded zeolite samples.
Lightweight, high-performance metals leader Alcoa (NYSE: AA) said it is investing USD22 million in Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technology at its facility in Whitehall, Michigan.
Hot isostatic pressing higher percent SiCp MMCs sometimes is necessary to eliminate subsurface gas voids.
Moricca, "Comparative Study of Fabrication of [Si.sub.3][N.sub.4]/SiC Composites by Spark Plasma Sintering and Hot Isostatic Pressing," Journal of the European Ceramic Society, vol.
The result of these efforts is a high-strength stainless steel powder metal alloy designed for hot isostatic pressing into a billet or near net shape (NNS) component for use in a wide range of industries.
The topics include powder compaction by dry pressing, hot isostatic pressing and gas-pressure sintering, vapor-phase deposition of oxides, thermoplastics and monomers as non-conventional polymers in ceramic processing, and high-pressure routes to ceramics.