Consolidation and mechanical properties of nanostructured MoSi2 from mechanically reacted powder by high-frequency induction-heated sintering
- Consolidation and mechanical properties of nanostructured MoSi2 from mechanically reacted powder by high-frequency induction-heated sintering
- 고인용; 박정환; 윤진국; 도정만; 손인진
- Nanostructured materials; Powder metallurgy; Sintering; Mechanical properties
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- Journal of alloys and compounds
- VOL 505, NO 2, L31-L34
- Dense nanostructured MoSi2 was sintered from a mechanically synthesized powder of MoSi2 within 1 min using a high-frequency induction heating method. MoSi2 with a relative density of up to 97% was produced by the simultaneous application of a 60 MPa pressure and an induced current. The average grain size of the MoSi2 sample was approximately 100 nm. The hardness and fracture toughness of the sample was 1203 kg/mm2 and 4.2 MPa m1/2, respectively.
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