hot pressing

hot pressing

[′hät ′pres·iŋ]
(engineering)
Forming a metal-powder compact or a ceramic shape by applying pressure and heat simultaneously at temperatures high enough for sintering to occur.
Fabrication of a composite material through joining the reinforcement and the matrix by means of heat and pressure, usually in a hydraulically actuated press.
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Realizing its complex and coupling nature, many scientists have conducted long-term, multisided and multilevel studies to better understand hot pressing.
3]-Ni-P sintered bodies were obtained via hot pressing which simultaneously applied heat and pressure.
At present, continuous hot pressing electrohydraulic servo system (EHSS) is widely used to produce MDF.
In anisotropic devices created through hot pressing it is thought that chain alignment perpendicular to the force applied during compression means that on swelling the chains can only move further apart in the direction parallel to the applied force- thus creating anisotropic expansion [16].
00 not closed profiles of non-alloy steel, without further processing, in addition to hot rolling, drawing or hot pressing, other.
3] and put the plates in the relevant devices in order to hot pressing under a set degree.
Storage, molding, and hot pressing are costly, requiring stringent moisture controls.
The majority of what we did was high pressure laminate, and we still do a lot of that, but to do veneering, hot pressing is the best method.
The combination of having these starting materials, in conjunction with our Kentucky and California hot pressing plants, and our recently announced Irvine, California, assembly operation expansion, results in a vertically integrated manufacturing operation.
The objective of this study was to improve the wet shear strength and reduce the formaldehyde emissions for the soybean meal/melamine urea-formaldehyde (MUF) adhesive-bonded plywood by optimizing the hot pressing parameters in plywood manufacturing.
Ceradyne Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Joel Moskowitz remarked: "This new plant encompasses cutting-edge advanced technical ceramic technology in two of our core competencies -- hot pressing lightweight, extremely hard boron carbide ceramic needed to meet recent increased military requirements for body armor, and Ceradyne's silicon nitride ceramics for use as components in diesel engines and other industrial and energy-related applications where erosion and corrosion resistance are required.