Characterization of T1-6%AI-4%V/Tic particulate reinforced metal matrix composites consolidated by sintering and thermomechanical processing

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AbstractTiC reinforcement particles were incorporated into a Ti-6%Al-4%V matrix and processed by two powder metallurgy techniques, namely elevated temperature pressureless sintering and hot deformation-assisted sintering (also known as hot pressing). For these composites, processing by sintering alone necessitated high temperatures (>1500°C) for near-complete density consolidation, whilst the conditions for temperature and hold time were reduced (i.e. 1000°C and 1/2 hour) through deformation-assisted sintering. [...]
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PublisherMcGill University
PlaceMontreal, Canada
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