Processing and superplastic properties of fine-grained iron carbide

Metallurgical Transactions A, Volume 23, Issue 2, 1992, Pages 527-535.

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Abstract:

Fine-grained iron carbide material (80 vol pct iron carbide and 20 vol pct of an iron-base second phase) was prepared using two different powder metallurgy procedures: (1) hot isostatic pressing followed by uniaxial pressing and (2) hot extrusion followed by uniaxial pressing. Both procedures yield materials that are superplastic at ele...More

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