Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 24, Issue 10, pp 673–676 | Cite as

Mechanism of cold plastic deformation of sintered iron

  • V. D. Kal'ner
  • B. I. Beilin
  • Ya. V. Shubert
Power Metallurgy Materials


The observed difference in the rate of strain hardening of sintered and case iron may be due to rotation of the particles in the process of cold plastic deformation of the P/M material, leading to substantial stress relaxation. The characteristics of the mechanism of plastic deformation in sintered materials must be kept in mind in developing techniques of cold bulk pressing, particularly to reduce deformation stresses.


Iron Plastic Deformation Strain Hardening Stress Relaxation Sintered Material 
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  • V. D. Kal'ner
  • B. I. Beilin
  • Ya. V. Shubert

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