Fundamental Aspects of the Compaction of Carbides
The compaction of powders of the carbides of Ti, Zr, Nb, Cr, Mo, and W has been investigated. The following aspects of compaction were studied: the dependence of the density of the compacted samples on the pressure and the number of successive compacting operations; the effect of the time during which the powder remained under load on the compactability of refractory-compound powders; the force distribution during compaction and the ejection pressure; the effect of the charge and the plasticizer content on compactability; and the dependence of the elastic aftereffect on the compaction pressure.
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