The high-temperature sintering of tungsten
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A study was made of the effect of high-temperature sintering on the shrinkage, density, porosity, chemical composition, grain size, grain density, electrical conductivity, hardness, and strength of VA tungsten bars with silicon-alkali and aluminum additions and VCh tungsten bars without additions.
KeywordsAluminum Grain Size Porosity Electrical Conductivity Tungsten
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