Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 33, Issue 7–8, pp 345–350 | Cite as

Study and algorithmization of calculation for the stressed-strained state of a powdered medium under compression by slanted plates

  • V. M. Leshchinskii
  • A. G. Blokhin
  • A. A. Stoyanov
Theory And Technology Of The Molding Process
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Abstract

We have studied the effect of the technological parameters of compaction on the molding process during shear compression of powder composites. An algorithm has been developed for the design of the technological processes. The correspondence between the continuum model of the uniform shear of a layer of powder and the actual behavior of the medium is analyzed and the physical sense of the compaction rate, which characterizes the sensitivity of the given medium to hydrostatic pressure, is determined.

Keywords

Compaction Hydrostatic Pressure Technological Process Continuum Model Actual Behavior 

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  • V. M. Leshchinskii
  • A. G. Blokhin
  • A. A. Stoyanov

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