ASM Metals Handbook Vol 07 Powder Metal Technologies and Applications

ASM Metals Handbook Vol 07 Powder Metal Technologies and Applications
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ASM International Handbook Committee
19 مايو 2016

ASM Metals Handbook Vol 07 Powder Metal Technologies and Applications
Table of Contents
Section Features
Front Matter
Table of Contents
Interactive Graphs
1. History of Powder Metallurgy
2. Powder Metallurgy Methods and Design
3. Advances in Powder Metallurgy Applications
4. Process Modeling and Design Metal Powder Production and Characterization
5. Introduction Powder Production Methods
6. Atomization
7. Milling of Brittle and Ductile Materials
8. Chemical and Electrolytic Methods of Powder Production
9. Ultrafine and Nanophase Powders
10. Mechanical Alloying
11. Spray Drying and Granulation
12. Rotating Electrode Process
13. Blending and Premixing of Metal Powders and Binders
14. Effect of Blending Techniques on Properties of Metal Powder Mixes Production of Metal Powders
15. Production of Iron Powder
16. Production of Steel Powders
17. Production of Copper Powders
18. Production of Copper Alloy Powders
19. Production of Tin Powders
20. Production of Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Powder
21. Production of Titanium Powder
22. Production of Nickel-Base Powders
23. Production of Cobalt-Base Powders
24. Production of Precious Metal Powders: Silver, Gold, Palladium, and Platinum
25. Production of Refractory Metal Powders
26. Production of Beryllium Powders Powder Characterization and Testing
27. Sampling and Classification of Powders
28. Bulk and Surface Characterization of Powders
29. Particle Size and Size Distribution
30. Sieve and Fisher Subsieve Analysis
31. Sedimentation Methods
32. Electric and Optical Sensing Zone Analysis
33. Light Scattering
34. Time of Flight
35. Particle Image Analysis
36. Surface Area, Density, and Porosity of Powders
37. Bulk Properties of Powders
38. Compressibility and Compactibility of Metal Powders Shaping and Consolidation Technologies
39. Powder Shaping and Consolidation Technologies
40. Powder Treatments and Lubrication Shaping and Pressing Technologies
41. Mechanical Behavior of Metal Powders and Powder Compaction Modeling
42. Powder Metallurgy Presses and Tooling
43. Powder Injection Molding
44. Binder-Assisted Extrusion
45. Warm Compaction
46. Cold Isostatic Pressing
47. Roll Compacting of Metal Powders
48. Spray Forming
49. Thermal Spray Forming of Materials
50. Slip Casting of Metals
51. Powder Metallurgy Methods for Rapid Prototyping Sintering Technologies and Techniques
52. Consolidation Principles and Process Modeling
53. Sintering Furnaces and Atmospheres
54. Production Sintering Practices
55. Consolidation of Ultrafine and Nanocrystalline Powder
56. Reactive Sintering
57. Combustion Synthesis of Advanced Materials
58. Infiltration
59. Liquid-Phase Sintering
60. Cold Sintering – High Pressure Consolidation
61. Field-Activated Sintering Hot Consolidation and Higher-Density Applications
62. Principles and Process Modeling of Higher-Density Consolidation
63. Hot Isostatic Pressing of Metal Powders
64. Extrusion of Metal Powders
65. Forging and Hot Pressing
66. Pneumatic Isostatic Forging Secondary Operations and Quality Control
67. Heat Treatment of Ferrous Powder Metallurgy Parts
68. Welding and Joining Processes
69. Techniques Improving Dimensional Tolerance
70. Machinability of P/M Steels
71. Machining of Powder Metallurgy Materials
72. Resin Impregnation of Powder Metal Parts Quality Control and Evaluation
73. Planning and Quality Control of Powder Metallurgy Parts Production
74. Quality Control and Inspection of Secondary Operations
75. Testing and Evaluation of Powder Metallurgy Parts
76. Metallography of Powder Metallurgy Materials Materials Systems, Properties, and Applications Ferrous Powder Metallurgy Materials
77. Ferrous Powder Metallurgy Materials
78. Copper-Infiltrated Steels
79. Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels
80. Particle Metallurgy Tool Steels
81. Powder Forged Steel
82. High-Temperature Sintering of Ferrous Powder Metallurgy Components Nonferrous and Nonmetallic P/M Materials
83. Conventional Aluminum Powder Metallurgy Alloys
84. Advanced Aluminum Powder Metallurgy Alloys and Composites
85. Copper Powder Metallurgy Alloys and Composites
86. Titanium Powder Metallurgy Alloys and Composites
87. Powder Metallurgy Superalloys
88. Refractory Metals
89. Tungsten Heavy Alloys
90. Cermets and Cemented Carbides
91. Powder Metallurgy Beryllium Properties and Special P/M Applications
92. Mechanical Properties of High-Performance Powder Metallurgy Parts
93. Fatigue and Fracture Control for Powder Metallurgy Components
94. Wear Resistance of Powder Metallurgy Alloys
95. Corrosion-Resistant Powder Metallurgy Alloys
96. Magnetic Materials and Properties for Part Applications
97. Powder Metallurgy Electrical Contact Materials
98. Porous Powder Metallurgy Technology
99. Metallic Foams
100. Friction Powder Metallurgy Materials
101. Powder Metallurgy Bearings
102. Powder Metallurgy Gears
103. Metal and Alloy Powders for Welding, Hardfacing, Brazing, and Soldering
104. Specialty Applications of Metal Powders
Appendix 1: Mechanical Properties of Ferrous Powder Materials
Appendix 2: Powder Metallurgy Standards
Appendix 3: Examples of Powder Metallurgy Parts
Metric Conversion Guide
Abbreviations and Symbols
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