Manufacturing method of the bronze metallic filters
Keywords:Powder metallurgy, Spraying molten metal, Spherical bronze powders, Metallic filters
Granulated (spherical) powders of bronze have been produced by spraying molten metal with gas at high pressure in the experimental industrial installation belonging to the Metallurgical Research Centre (CIME) in Havana City. A physical-chemical and technological characterization of the spherical bronze powder has been carried out and the optimum parameters have been determined from these powders. The mechanical properties of these filters can satisfactorily rival in applications such as in motor transport goods, in industry and agriculture.
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Krivij, N., Suwardjo, W., García, L., Cores, A., & Formoso, A. (1997). Manufacturing method of the bronze metallic filters. Revista De Metalurgia, 33(4), 229–238. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1997.v33.i4.850
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