Hot Isostatic Pressing '93
L. Delaey, H. Tas
Newnes, Dec 2, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 620 pages
Various topics related to Hot Isostatic Pressing are presented in this volume. As well as papers on more general aspects of HIPing, the papers are organised into four groups: metals and alloys, ceramics, HIP-engineering, and HIP-fundamentals. Castings, powder metallurgy, intermetallics, surface engineering and diffusion bounding are covered in the first group. The papers on ceramics give special attention to HIPing of structural and functional ceramics as well as to ceramic composites. Some interesting HIP-engineering innovations are presented on HIP equipment and HIP-technology. The papers which discuss HIP-fundamentals focus around materials modelling and component modelling.
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INTERMETALLICS AND CASTINGS
POWDER METALLURGY SURFACE ENGINEERING DIFFUSION BONDING
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