Flydende fase sintring af rustfrit stål

Ernst Emanuel Maahn, Troels Mathiesen

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    Liquid phase sintering of stainless steel is usually applied to obtain a dense material as an alternative to the HIP technique. The elimination of open pores normally improves corrosion resistance and strength considerably when compared to conventional sintered steel. Liquid phase sintering based on addition of boride to AISI 316L type steels has previously proved to be sensitive to intergranular corrosion due to formation of intermetallic phases. In order to improve this system further, application of other alloy systems based on a higher alloyed 904L type stainless steel powder (PM 150) has been investigated as part of a Danish research programme. The major results achieved in this work are presented in the paper. They show that stainless steel with attractive properties can be produced by liquid phase sintering.
    Original languageDanish
    Title of host publicationPulvermaterialer
    Place of PublicationLyngby
    PublisherDansk Metallurgisk Selskab
    Publication date1998
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    EventDMS Vintermøde 1998 - Rudkøbing
    Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …


    ConferenceDMS Vintermøde 1998
    Period01/01/1998 → …

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