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Development of a process for producing powder penetrable materials by multiple depositing of particles into a porous blank

By Karshiev Mamarayim

Abstract

Purpose: theoretical and experimental investigation of the process of multiple depositing of particles into a porous blank from a gas-and-dust flow under the action of vibration; use of the results of this investigation as a basis of a new process of production of penetrable powder materials with higher penetrability and mechanical strength with the preset size of pores. The investigation theoretically substantiates a possibility of multiple deposition of particles into a porous blank from a gas-and-dust flow as an effective means of changing and controlling pores distribution in the powder penetrable material. The process of production of powder penetrable materials possessing higher penetrability and mechanical strength with the preset size of pores by multiple deposition of particles into a porous blank is developed and put into practice. Field of application: Belorus Republican Scientific and Production Association of Powder MetallurgyAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 11F - Metallurgy, metallography, METALLURGY
Year: 1992
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