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On the Densification and Elastic Modulus of Sintered Cr-Mo Steels

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The densification and elastic properties of sintered Cr-Mo prealloyed steels of varying porosity were investigated as a function of Cr concentration, compacting pressure, and sintering temperature. Experiments were designed using the response surface methodology in order to model and evaluate the response of densification, porosity, static Young’s modulus, and dynamic Young’s modulus to the manufacturing parameters. Analysis of variance was used to validate the adequacy of the proposed models. The obtained mathematical models are useful not only for predicting the densification and elastic properties with higher accuracy but also for selecting optimum manufacturing parameters to achieve the desired properties.

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Azadbeh, M., Mohammadzadeh, A., Danninger, H. et al. On the Densification and Elastic Modulus of Sintered Cr-Mo Steels. Metall Mater Trans B 46, 1471–1483 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11663-015-0315-0

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