Compressibility of Kh18N15 stainless-steel powders
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A study was made of the compressibility of simultaneously reduced Kh18N15 stainless-steel powders of different particle sizes, particle-size distributions, and apparent densities. It is shown that, when compaction pressure is specified, the decisive influence on the degree of compression of the powder is exerted by the latter's apparent density.
Calculated data have been obtained, using various compaction equations, for Kh18N15 stainless-steel powder. It is demonstrated that good agreement between experimental and calculated values is secured by Bal'shin's logarithmic equation.
KeywordsParticle Size Compaction Compressibility Apparent Density Compaction Pressure
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