By Fernand D. S. Marquis
Compiling shows from scientists, engineers, and brands, this publication will comprise papers on powder making, powder stipulations, reactive powder dealing with, powder characterization, cold and warm uniaxial urgent, cold and warm isostatic urgent, powder rolling, extrusion, sintering, warmth therapy and processing amenities, fast and directional solidification, consolidation, in-situ synthesis of composites, ceramics and intermetallics, atmospheric and low-pressure plasma spray, flame spray, wire-arc spray, alloy and fabrics improvement, mechanical habit of bulk powder-based fabrics, physical-based mathematical versions, theories, simulation, micromechanisms, and end-use items.
From fabrics technology & expertise 2003 to be held in Chicago, Illinois, November 9-12, 2003.
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Chen\ 1. Li\ G. Kennedy\ H. -F. L. J. Watson Research Center; Yorktown Heights, New York, USA Abstract Exchange-coupled R2FeI4B/a-Fe (R = Nd or Pr) nanocomposite bulk magnets with nearly full density (up to 99%) have been successfully produced by gas-gun and explosive shock compaction of melt-spun ribbon flakes and ball milled powders. The densification mechanism and microstructure of the shockcompacted samples were controlled by modeling-based design of consolidation fixture, densification conditions, and starting powder properties.
Such an onset of desorption is also observed in the plots ofln[(B-A)-CD] vs. % Mm sample. In addition, there is a strong time-temperature 87 dependence in the regions where the hydrogen desorption is dominant. This trend is consistent with the time-temperature relationship predicted by the JMA equation. % Mm hydrides seldom attain an equilibrium state, which is determined by their thermodynamic functions such as free energy and chemical potential. , impurities, grain boundaries, defects, disorder, and strain.
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