spheroidization


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spheroidization

(ˌsfɪərɔɪdaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

spheroidisation

n
(Metallurgy) metallurgy the conversion of grains into spheroids
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1 to several millimeters;2) the future expansion of additional equipment to prepare a wide range of nanoparticle materials, powders spheroidization and plasma spraying suspensions.
We are now moving forward to combine the established HDH powder manufacturing process with the Plasma Spheroidization (PS) process to offer spherical powders to both the titanium medical device makers and the medical implant industry a new cost effective solution, within the established titanium powder supply chain.
Image analysis of pearlite spheroidization based on the morphological charact-erization of cementite particles.
Abstract: The formability of cold formed steel is conventionally improved by soft annealing which ensure spheroidization of carbides in final microstructure.
The March Group currently represents a well-regarded ISO 9001:2000-certified manufacturer of high and ultra-high temperature materials, rocket nozzles, coatings, and net-shape structures, as well as providing powder alloying and spheroidization services for myriad industry and government applications.
Increase of the ageing time up to 16 h at the reduced temperature (870 [degrees]C) creates possibility for a fuller precipitation from the solution of secondary [gamma]'-phase, decomposition and spheroidization of the carbide phases, and, as a result, enhancement of the BJ long-term strength at high temperature.
During this stage, three events occur: the dissolution of elements that will later cause age hardening; spheroidization of undissolved constituents; and homogenization.
This paper includes results achieved under the project GACR P107/10/2272: Accelerated Carbide Spheroidization and Grain Refinement in Steels.
spheroidization annealing, lamellar cementite is transformed into spheroidized cementite (spheroidite).
3] with local melting of TiSi2, and NiCrBSi, which achieved full melting and spheroidization.
Because the rate of spheroidization is extremely rapid, the authors note that ".
These processes are characterised by their high energy demands because very long processing times are necessary for spheroidization of microstructure.