Diffusion chromizing of sintered porous permeable materials from iron powder
In the diffusion chromizing of a sintered porous permeable material from iron powder a transition from volume to surface chromizing is observed at a pore channel size of ∼2.5μm.
The chromium weight gain of a porous material is determined chiefly by its pore channel size and is only little affected by its porosity.
KeywordsIron Porosity Chromium Weight Gain Porous Material
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