Consolidation of binderless nanostructured titanium carbide by high-frequency induction heated sintering
- Consolidation of binderless nanostructured titanium carbide by high-frequency induction heated sintering
- 손인진; 김병량; 도정만; 윤진국
- Sintering; Nanocomposites; Hardness; Mechanical properties; Carbides
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- Ceramics international
- VOL 36, NO 6, 1797-1803
- The rapid sintering of nanostructured TiC hard materials in a short time was investigated with High-Frequency Induction Heating Sintering process. The advantage of this process is that it allows very quick densification to near theoretical density and prohibition of grain growth in nanostructured materials. A dense nanostructured TiC hard material with a relative density of up to 99% was produced with simultaneous application of 80 MPa pressure and induced current of output of total power capacity (15 kW) within 4 min. The effect of the ball milling times on the sintering behavior, grain size and mechanical properties of binderless TiC was investigated.
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