Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp 86–88 | Cite as

Phase transformations in iron powders and their alloys due to shock wave treatment

  • A. A. Popovich
  • V. P. Reva
  • T. A. Popovich
  • V. N. Vasilenko
  • O. A. Belous
Research Methods And Properties Of Powder Materials
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Abstract

The variation in the phase composition of metal powders and their alloys due to shock wave treatment has been examined, and the factors that promote the retention of high pressure phases under normal conditions are indicated. It is shown that shock wave conditions applied to a composite of metal and trinitrophenol produce an active carbon and nitrogen containing atmosphere that enables both carbides and nitrides to be synthesized.

Keywords

Nitrogen Iron Atmosphere Carbide Shock Wave 

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    A. N. Dremin and O. N. Breusov, “Solid state processes occurring due to severe shock waves,” Usp. Khim.,37, No. 5, 898–914 (1968).Google Scholar
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Popovich
  • V. P. Reva
  • T. A. Popovich
  • V. N. Vasilenko
  • O. A. Belous

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