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Effect of Freezing and Sintering Condition of CuO-SnO2/Camphene Slurries on the Pore Structure of Porous Cu-Sn
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Effect of Freezing and Sintering Condition of CuO-SnO2/Camphene Slurries on the Pore Structure of Porous Cu-Sn
Kim, Joo-Hyung; Oh, Sung-Tag; Hyun, Chang-Yong;
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 Abstract
The present study demonstrates the effect of freezing conditions on the pore structure of porous Cu-10 wt.% Sn prepared by freeze drying of /camphene slurry. Mixtures of CuO and powders are prepared by ball milling for 10 h. Camphene slurries with 10 vol.% of are unidirectionally frozen in a mold maintained at a temperature of for 1 and 24 h, respectively. Pores are generated by the sublimation of camphene at room temperature. After hydrogen reduction and sintering at for 2 h, the green body of the is completely converted into porous Cu-Sn alloy. Microstructural observation reveals that the sintered samples have large pores which are aligned parallel to the camphene growth direction. The size of the large pores increases from 150 to with an increase in the holding time. Also, the internal walls of the large pores contain relatively small pores whose size increases with the holding time. The change in pore structure is explained by the growth behavior of the camphene crystals and rearrangement of the solid particles during the freezing process.
 Keywords
Porous Cu-Sn; powder mixture;Freeze-drying;Hydrogen reduction;Pore structure;
 Language
Korean
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