1982-02-01

Strength and Ductility Enhancement of Low Temperature Sintered Iron Powder Structures 820231

A program for reduced energy consumption in the sintering of iron powder structures has led to development of a copper phosphide alloy additive which enhances diffusion, allowing lower temperature sintering (970°C) while significantly improving strength and ductility. The sinter and strengthening mechanisms, supported by experimental evidence, are explained and compared to conventional iron powder materials.

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