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Powder Metallurgy Wear-Resistant Materials Based on Iron. Part 1. Materials Prepared by Sintering and Infiltration

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Available information on the composition and methods of production of iron-based powder metallurgy wear-resistant materials is reviewed. It is shown that most developments in this field are based on the principle of obtaining wear-resistant material by the creation of a pseudoalloy with a clearly defined heterogeneous structure, in which the microhardnesses of the base material and a hard phase are substantially different. In addition to traditional methods, including pressing and sintering porous ingots and (in some cases) infiltration with a lower melting alloy, methods based on hot working sintered porous ingots under pressure have recently found wider application.

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Baglyuk, G.A., Posnyak, L.A. Powder Metallurgy Wear-Resistant Materials Based on Iron. Part 1. Materials Prepared by Sintering and Infiltration. Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics 40, 34–39 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1011399504008

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  • powder materials
  • wear resistanse
  • iron
  • carbide
  • sintering, stamping