Optimization of the technological parameters for obtaining brass details by powder metallurgy
Keywords:Brass details, Powder metallurgy
Powders of brass 60 (40 % Zn) and brass 80 (20 % Zn) have been produced by spraying molten metal with water at high pressure in the powder metallurgy plant belonging to the Metallurgical Research Centre (CIME) in Havana. A physical-chemical and technological characterization of the powders has been carried out and the optimum parameters have been determined for the formation and sintering of details from these powders. The mechanical properties of these details can rival bronze and iron in applications such as in household electrical goods and in construction.
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Krivij, N., Suwardjo, W., & Cores, A. (1995). Optimization of the technological parameters for obtaining brass details by powder metallurgy. Revista De Metalurgia, 31(6), 394–399. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1995.v31.i6.939
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