By A. Bose
Advances in Particulate fabrics introduces the techniques and ideas linked to simple powder creation, and information the main severe, cutting-edge developments within the quarter of fabrics processing and particulate fabrics. because the calls for of recent expertise raise, particulate fabrics allows the creation of diverse complicated fabrics which may be used in aerospace, car, safeguard, chemical, and clinical industries.
Provides in-depth insurance of a few of the main interesting and the most important advancements within the region of particulate fabrics
Covers either processing and the fabrics point of a few of the rising parts of particulate fabrics
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8. Hazards Posed by Particulate Materials One aspect of P/M technology that is increasingly coming under closer scrutiny, especially when fine powders are used, is the potential hazard that is posed by the powder itself. Risk to human beings can be divided into several categories as outlined below. 1. A very fine material that can be pyrophoric in nature, and therefore be a fire or explosive risk. If a powder is very fine, it will generally burn spontaneously when exposed to air. 2. Materials that are reactive and can oxidize very easily are generally pyrophoric in nature and produce an increased risk of fire and explosion.
However, due to the abihty of the silicides to form a stable silica film that is extremely resistant to oxidation and sulfidation, it is expected that this class of materials will find numerous commercial applications. Other types of intermetallic compounds that could have potential applications are the beryllides and the various ternary and quarternary alloys of the other intermetallic compounds. One application of intermetallic compounds that has declined to some extent is in superconductors.
Some of the magnetic materials are required in complex shapes, which has resulted in an increase in PIM-processed soft magnetic parts. An interesting process of producing fully dense iron strips from high-grade ores found in India has been discussed in a paper by Govila and Knopp . A very fine-grained pure iron ore known as "blue dust" is first reduced at 1393 Κ (1120°C) and the iron powder obtained is then roll-compacted and densified by repeated sintering and cold compacting. These strips are being considered for DC electrical equipment requiring a high degree of magnetic stability.
Advances in Particulate Materials by A. Bose