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Rapid Consolidation of Nanostuctured TiCu Compounds

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TiCu nanopowder was produced using an electrical wire explosion method and subsequently consolidated into dense nanostuctured TiCu by a high frequency induction heated sintering method. The consolidation was accomplished by the combination of an induced current and a high mechanical pressure within two minutes. This process results in very quick densification to near the theoretical density and prohibits grain growth in nano-structured materials. The grain sizes and mechanical properties of the sintered TiCu were investigated.


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: August 1, 2011

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