Structural and hydraulic characteristics of porous materials made of VT6 titanium alloy fibers
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The structural and hydraulic characteristics (maximum, average, and hydraulic pore diameters, permeability, and sinuosity of the pore channels) have been studied in materials made of discrete VT6 alloy fibers obtained by rapid solidification of a melt. The materials have structural parameters that are similar to those in materials made from smooth cylindrical fibers or powders and are superior in regard to permeability.
KeywordsPermeability Titanium Titanium Alloy Pore Diameter Porous Material
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