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Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 34, Issue 7–8, pp 424–428 | Cite as

Development of iron powder metallurgy

  • A. K. Gaiduchenko
  • S. G. Napara-Volgina
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Abstract

The research, scientific, and organizational work of Academician I. N. Frantsevich in producing iron powders and materials based on them is analyzed together with advances in this research during the 1950s through to the present day.

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Iron Powder Metallurgy Iron Powder Organizational Work Produce Iron Powder 
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  • A. K. Gaiduchenko
  • S. G. Napara-Volgina

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