Sintering makes the porous powder compact into a product with certain structures and properties. Though the products’ properties are closely related to many process factors before sintering, the sintering process has a significant and even decisive effect on the final products’ organization and performance in most situations. Sintering process of carbide is more complex, but the information is very useful.
The Refractory alloy sintering can be divided into six stages. 1. Agent Removal & Burning Stage With the rising of temperature, the molding agent gradually decomposes or vaporizes with the sintered body left. At the same time, the molding agent more or less adds carbon to sintered body. The rising amount of carbon changes with […]
Sintering is a hot processing method to produce refractory metals. First, heat the powder compact to the sintering temperature for a certain period of time. Then, wait it to cool down and the refractory materials with required functions will be produced. Sintering makes the porous powder compact into a product with certain structures and properties. […]
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