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18.3.3 Sintering After pressing, the green compact lacks strength and hardness; it
is easily crumbled under low stresses. Sintering is a heat treatment operation
performed on the compact to bond its metallic particles, thereby increasing ...
In powder forging, the starting workpart is a powder metallurgy part preformed to
proper size by pressing and sintering. Advantages of this approach are (1)
densification of the PM part, (2) lower tooling costs and fewer forging "hits" (and ...
Warping and cracking often occur during sintering. Also, ceramic products made
by PIM are especially vulnerable to microstructural flaws that limit their strength.
Since the plasticity needed to shape the new ceramics is not normally based on a
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