The Effect of TiH2 Particle on Rheological Behaviour of NiTi for Metal Injection Moulding

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This paper highlights the influence of titanium hydride particle on the rheological behaviour of nickel-titanium feedstock used in the metal injection process. The ratio of 50at% nickel and 50at% titanium hydride with 2 different powder loadings (65.5vol% and 67.5vol%) were investigated. A Rosand RH2000 capillary rheometer was used to determine the flow behaviour of feedstocks. The feedstocks were characterized at different temperature ranging from 150°C and 170°C and shear rate ranging from 50/s and 4442.63/s. The results showed on pseudo-elastic behaviour flow of NiTi feedstock which is suitable for injection moulding process.

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.882.23

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R. A. Abdul Kadir et al., "The Effect of TiH2 Particle on Rheological Behaviour of NiTi for Metal Injection Moulding", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 882, pp. 23-27, 2017

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