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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Powder Metallurgy of Light, Reactive and Other Non-ferrous Metals
Presentation Title Utilizing Hydrogen for Improved Properties of Titanium Alloys Produced via Powder Metallurgy
Author(s) James D. Paramore, Brady G. Butler, Jonathan P. Ligda, Z. Zak Fang, Matthew K. Dunstan
On-Site Speaker (Planned) James D. Paramore
Abstract Scope The Hydrogen Sintering and Phase Transformation (HSPT) process has been proven capable of producing fully dense Ti-6Al-4V with a range of application-tailored, wrought-like microstructures and mechanical properties using a simple press and sinter powder metallurgy (PM) process. This is achieved by utilizing a dynamically controlled hydrogen partial pressure during sintering, which both aids densification and allows for microstructural engineering through hydrogen-enabled phase transformations. HSPT has been previously shown to produce strength over 1 GPa with 22 %EL ductility and fatigue endurance limits consistently around 60% UTS (~600 MPa). Recent research has focused on the optimization of the HSPT process and subsequent heat treatments for further improvement of mechanical properties. Furthermore, combining of this process with other near-net-shape production techniques, such as additive manufacturing, has been explored. The results from these recent efforts will be discussed.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume


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Advanced Melt-less Powder Manufacturing Technologies
Aluminum Matrix Composites by Both Powder Metallurgy (PM) and Additive Manufacturing (AM) Methods
Characterization and Heat Treatment of Ti-6Al-4V Powders for Use in Cold Spray Deposition
Characterization of the Liquid Phase Sintered Tungsten Heavy Alloys Prepared by an Electrochemically Produced Tungsten Powder
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D-52: High-temperature Mechanical Properties of Powder Forged Ti-6Al-4V Alloys
D-53: Magnesiothermic MASHS and Pressureless Sintering of Diborides of Zirconium and Hafnium
Densification of Near-net Shape Turbine Blades in TiAl by Spark Plasma Sintering
Development of Gas Atomization for Generating Reactive Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing and Powder Processing
Effect of Gradient Structure on the Sound Absorption Coefficient of Porous Metal Fiber Materials
Effect of Minor Titanium Addition on Copper/Diamond Composites Prepared by Hot Forging
Effects of Geometry Anisotropy on Fluid-flow and Mechanical Properties of Titanium Foams
Experimental Characterization of Polymeric Particles with Micro Compression Tester
Fabrication of Functional Materials Powder by Powder Metallurgical Process, and Investigation of their Bulk Properties
Fabrication of Porous Copper Structure by Using Powder Injection Molding and Space Holder Technology
Fabrication of Powder Metallurgy Ti-6Al-4V Connecting Rod by Powder Forging Process
FAST-forge: From Rutile Sand to Novel Titanium Alloy Aerospace Component in 3 Steps
Hot Deformation Behaviors of Powder Metallurgy Ti-6Al-4V Alloy with Different Microstructures
Implementation of a Multi-physics Model for Simulating Microstructural Evolution during Sintering
Influence of Hot Rolling on Mechanical Behavior and Strengthening Mechanism in Boron Carbide Reinforced Aluminum Matrix Composites
Leaching Characteristics of Non Ferrous Metals Recovery from Korean Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Bottom Ash Samples
Mechanical Characterization of Cold Sprayed Aluminum Alloy Powders Using In-situ Micropillar Compression and Tension
Mechanism and Characteristics of Mn-Zn Ferrite Powder Compacts Heated by Microwave
Mesoscale Modeling of Single Particle Impact Induced Microstructural Evolution during Cold Spray of Aluminum Powders
Microstructural and Chemical Analysis of Gas Atomized and Heat Treated Aluminum Alloy Powders
Microstructure and Phase Transformations in Ti15Mo Alloy Prepared by Cryogenic Milling and SPS
Microstructure of Y2O3 Stabilized UFG CP Ti Prepared by Cryomilling and Spark Plasma Sintering
Novel Continuous Extrusion of Titanium Powders for Wire Applications
Numerical Modeling of Gas-atomized Metal Powders: Powder Size Distribution
On the Synthesis of Lithium Boron Nitride (Li3BN2): Challenges and Opportunities
Optimization of Manufacturing Process for the High Magnetic Properties of Nd-Fe-B Bonded Magnets Using High-energy Compaction Method
Powder Metallurgy of Titanium – Past, Present, and Future
Powder Metallurgy Porous Ti-10Mo Alloy for Orthopedic Applications: Structure Characterization, Mechanical Properties, Vitro Cytotoxicity and Vivo Osteointegration
Preparation of Titanium Foams with Uniform and Fine Pore Characteristics through Powder Metallurgy Route Using Urea Particles as Space Holder
Processing and Characterization of Porous High Entropy Alloy Structures via Freeze-casting
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Production of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Powder by Mechanical Alloying and Plasma Spheroidisation
Research Progress in High-performance Metal Powder Porous Materials
Selective Laser Melting Based Additive Manufacturing (SLM-AM) of Commercially Pure Titanium (CP-Ti): Development of Cost-affordable Ti Powder for AM , and High-strength As-printed CP-Ti
Solid-state Sintering of Al Alloy Powder and AlN Synthesis in Sintering
Synthesis and Characterization of Dual Matrix In-situ Al-based Nanocomposites
Technologies for the Processing of Sieve Residues: A Novel Approach for Cost-effective Production of 3D Printing Powders
The Fabrication of Core-shell Special Powders and their Potential Applications
The Mechanism and Characteristics of Mn-Zn Ferrite Powder Compacts Heated by Microwave
Utilizing Hydrogen for Improved Properties of Titanium Alloys Produced via Powder Metallurgy

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