Experience of phenomenological description of sintering rate for powder articles with high-frequency currents
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Data are provided for an experimental study of the dependence of sintering temperature on heating time and rate, grain size composition, and on the frequency of the current supplied, obtained when producing metal powder articles by induction sintering with a high-frequency current. It is shown that with the help of a computer it is possible to determine which of the equations suggested describes the sintering rate for particles by this method.
KeywordsGrain Size Experimental Study Metal Powder Heat Time Size Composition
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