Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Powder Metallurgy Fe-Cu-Sn-Ni Alloys

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Powder Metallurgy Fe-Cu-Sn-Ni Alloys


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Abstract. The main purpose of the work was to determine the powder composition on the microstructure and properties of iron-based sinters used as a matrix in metallic diamond tools. Fe-Cu-Sn-Ni sinters obtained from a mixture of elemental powders were used for research. Sintering was performed using the hot-pressing technique in a graphite mold. The microstructure and mechanical properties of the sinters were investigated. The investigations of obtained sinters included density, hardness, static tensile test, X-ray analysis, microstructure, and fracture surface observations. The results obtained indicate that the sinters produced have relatively high hardness and good mechanical properties.

Metallic Matrix, Milling Process, Powder Metallurgy, Diamond Tools

Published online 7/20/2022, 6 pages
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Citation: BOROWIECKA-JAMROZEK Joanna and LACHOWSKI Jan, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Powder Metallurgy Fe-Cu-Sn-Ni Alloys, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 24, pp 148-153, 2022

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21741/9781644902059-22

The article was published as article 22 of the book Terotechnology XII

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