Temperature dependence of the strength of sintered TiB2-Fe composites
A study was made of the effect of temperature in the range 20–1200°C on the transverse rupture strength of sintered TiB2-Fe materials. It is shown that alloys of the TiB2-Fe system surpass in high-temperature mechanical strength (>900°C) the standard hard metals.
KeywordsMechanical Strength Rupture Strength Hard Metal Transverse Rupture Strength
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