Mechanical synthesis and rapid consolidation of nanostructured FeAl-Al2O3 composite by high-frequency induction heated sintering
- Mechanical synthesis and rapid consolidation of nanostructured FeAl-Al2O3 composite by high-frequency induction heated sintering
- 손인진; 조성훈; 도정만; 윤진국; 박방주
- Composites; Hardness; Mechanical alloy; Nanomaterials; High-frequency induction heated sintering
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- Ceramics international
- VOL 38, NO 7, 6035-6039
- Nanopowders of FeAl and Al2O3 were synthesized from Fe2O3 and Al by high energy ball milling. The sizes of FeAl and Al2O3 were 4 and 57 nm, respectively. A dense nanostuctured FeAl–Al2O3 composite was consolidated by a high-frequency induction heated sintering method within two minutes from mechanically synthesized powders of FeAl and Al2O3. The grain size, sintering behavior and hardness of the sintered FeAl–Al2O3 composite were investigated.
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