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Powder Metallurgy Production of Structural Shapes.
Technical progress rept. 19 Sep 70-31 May 71,
DREXEL UNIV PHILADELPHIA PA
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The program involves an integrated and concurrent study of closely-related topics which represent major critical steps andor problem areas in a wide variety of powder metallurgy processes. Areas of study include atomization, powder characteristics and their relationship to processing, compaction, homogenization of compacted blends of powders, deformation processing of compacts, improvement of ductility and microstructural control, and systems analysis of the process. The overall objective is to develop the scientific and engineering principles underlying the production of materials by a variety of powder metallurgy routes. Significant developments, current research, and planned future activities are detailed for each phase of the overall program. Program organization and technical liaison are reviewed. Author
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