Study on Sintering Mechanism of Stainless Steel Fiber Felts by X-ray Computed Tomography
AbstractThe microstructure evolution of Fe-17 wt. % Cr-12 wt. % Ni-2 wt. % Mo stainless steel fiber felts during the fast sintering process was investigated by the synchrotron radiation X-ray computed tomography technique. The equation of dynamics of stable inter-fiber neck growth was established for the first time based on the geometry model of sintering joints of two fibers and Kucsynski’s two-sphere model. The specific evolutions of different kinds of sintering joints were observed in the three-dimensional images. The sintering mechanisms during sintering were proposed as plastic flow and grain boundary diffusion, the former leading to a quick growth of sintering joints. View Full-Text
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Ma, J.; Li, A.; Tang, H. Study on Sintering Mechanism of Stainless Steel Fiber Felts by X-ray Computed Tomography. Metals 2016, 6, 18.
Ma J, Li A, Tang H. Study on Sintering Mechanism of Stainless Steel Fiber Felts by X-ray Computed Tomography. Metals. 2016; 6(1):18.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ma, Jun; Li, Aijun; Tang, Huiping. 2016. "Study on Sintering Mechanism of Stainless Steel Fiber Felts by X-ray Computed Tomography." Metals 6, no. 1: 18.
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