Characterization and Sinterability Study of P.M. High-Speed Steel Obtained by Water Atomization

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The paper presents studies about reducing the sintering temperature of PM High-Speed Steel obtained by water atomization. The powder was characterized to proceed with compaction and sintering at different temperatures between 1140-1220°C in different atmospheres: nitrogen (N2), nitrogen-hydrogen-methane (N2/H2/CH4) and vacuum. It is described the experiment in able to increase hardness by a quenching and tempering heat treatment that was carried out on sintered samples at 1140°C in vacuum atmosphere at 1200°C in N2/H2/CH4.

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Ionel Chicinaş and Traian Canta

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147-150

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M. Covaciu et al., "Characterization and Sinterability Study of P.M. High-Speed Steel Obtained by Water Atomization", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 23, pp. 147-150, 2007

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October 2007

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