Aluminium powder metallurgy

Huo, S, Qian, M, Schaffer, G and Crossin, E 2011, 'Aluminium powder metallurgy' in Lumley, Roger (ed.) Fundamentals of Aluminium Metallurgy: Production, Processing and Applications, Woodhead Publishers, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 655-701.


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Title Aluminium powder metallurgy
Author(s) Huo, S
Qian, M
Schaffer, G
Crossin, E
Year 2011
Title of book Fundamentals of Aluminium Metallurgy: Production, Processing and Applications
Publisher Woodhead Publishers
Place of publication Oxford, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Lumley, Roger
Start page 655
End page 701
Subjects Metals and Alloy Materials
Summary Conventional press and sinter aluminium powder metallurgy is a well-developed cost-effective process for net-shaped fabrication of complex parts via die compaction and sintering. This chapter provides an overview of the PM process in general and sintering in particular. Key issues in the PM processing of aluminium are considered, including the roles of magnesium and the atmosphere on sintering and how these factors affect densification and the microstructure.
Copyright notice © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2011
Keyword(s) sintering
powder metallurgy
densification
aluminium.
ISBN 9781845696542
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