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Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute
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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 2000
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Sep 2000
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 2000
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 2000
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A Methodological Study of the Wear-Resistant Property Improvement on the Thermal Spray Coating for Capstan
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 63~70
Thermal spray coating process has proven to be effective at producing hard, dense, wear resistance coatings on the relatively mild substrates. Among several spraying techniques, HVOF (High Velocity Oxygen Fuel) and plasma coating processes, which are preferentially used for the wear resistance application such as capstans, have been applied in this study. The effects of pre-treatment, it-process and post-treatment parameters on the wear and mechanical properties of WC+12%Co, Cr3C2 and Al2O3 powder coatings have been investigated and correlated with the microstructures. The results indicated that the carbide coating was more preferable to the oxide coatings and the post-treatments consisting of vacuum annealing and sealing on carbide coatings led to significant improvements in wear resistance, adhesive strength and coating phase stabilization over the other processing techniques in this application.
Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Al 6061/Gr Composites
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 71~77
A process has been successfully used to manufacture 6061/Graphite composite material and the Graphite particles are distributed uniformly within the Al alloy matrix. The 6061 powders was mixed with natural Graphite particles in a ball milling blender and cold compacted specimens were extruded into rods 15mm in diameter at 450
. The results showed that tensile properties of the composites with Graphite content have been reduced. The emergence of fine microstructures appeared to be related to the graphite volume. Heat-treated composites were found to possess good mechanical properties as compared with those of non heated composites. A model was used that the tensile strength of the composites would be estimated from the theoretical calculation and experimental data.
Failure analysis of powder compacting punches made of powder metallurgy high speed steels
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 78~84
P/M high speed steels(1.28% C, 4.20% Cr, 6.40% W, 5.00% Mo, 3.10% V, bal. Fe) from two different venders were applied to powder compacting punch. The test results show that failure lifes were very different between two punches. These were no difference in volume fraction and mean size of carbides(MC or M6C) but non-metallic inclusions in two punches. Small amount of non-metallic inclusion in the punch did not greatly affect impact energy and transverse rupture strength (TRS). But, fatigue life was drastically decreased by non-metallic inclusions. These results show that fatigue failure was initated around non-metallic inclusion by cyclic load and the fatigue life was greatly affected by the presence of non-metallic inclusions in the punch.
Fabrication and consolidation of amorphous Cu55Ti45 powders by mechanical alloying
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 85~92
The Cu55Ti45 system was effectively mechanically-alloyed using a pulverizer. Noncrystallinities of the powders were characterized by TEM, X-ray and DSC. The amorphous powders were consolidated without losing their noncrystallinities. The consolidating conditions keeping a non-crystalline were obtained by building a TTT diagram of the amorphous powders. The microhardness of the crystallite and bulk amorphous alloys are also compared.
A Study on the Sintering Behavior of Nanostructured W-30 wt%Cu Composite Powder by Dilatometry
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 93~101
In order to clarify the enhanced sintering behavior of nanostructured(NS) W-Cu powder prepared by mechaincal alloying, the sintering behavior during heating stage was analysed by a dilatometry with various heating rates. The sintering of NS W-Cu powders was characterized by the densification of two stages, having two peaks in shrinkage rate curves. The temperature at which the first peak appear was much lower than Cu melting point, and dependent on heating rate. On the basis of the shrinkage rate curves and the microstructural observation, the coupling effect of nanocrystalline W-grain growth and the liquid-like behavior of Cu phase was suggested as a possible mechanism for the enhanced sintering of NS W-Cu powder in the state.
Study on Vacuum Casting and Cu Infiltration Powder Casting for Rapid Tooling
Journal of Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, volume 7, issue 2, 2000, Pages 102~109
With the emergence of the 3D CAD, it is possible to create a physical part directly from a digital model by accumulating layers of a given material. The technology is being widely used for checking designs, to create master models for rapid tooling, and for reverse engineering. However, in general, a model created by rapid prototyping technology is made of soft material that cannot be used as mass prouduction hard tool. Newly developed powder casting is suitable for rapid-manufacturing metallic tools. Powder casting can serve as a promising rapid tooling method because of high density characteristics and low dimensional shrinkage below 0.1% during sintering and infiltration. Through this process, we have realized significant time and cost savings eliminating the expense of conventional prototype tooling process.