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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Powder Metallurgical Components in High Performance Applications
Presentation Title Development of Eco-friendly POM Binder System for High Strength Ti-MIM
Author(s) Keemi Lim, Muhammad Dilawer Hayat, Peng Cao
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Keemi Lim
Abstract Scope The particular challenges related to the use of titanium and its alloy processed by MIM are its high reactivity and sensitivity towards contamination. In a typical MIM process, selections of appropriate binder and later removal have demonstrated to be crucial in reducing the contamination problem. The aim of this paper focuses on the development of a catalytic binder system based on polyacetal for Ti-MIM. An inherent characteristic of this catalytic binder system is their low debinding temperature at approximately 120-150 C, which is below the temperature where impurities uptakes initiate (~ 260 C). In addition, the effectiveness of employing organic acid as a potential green catalyst for the removal of polyacetal binder is reported.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: At-meeting proceedings

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Cemented Carbides with Complex Binder Alloys
Development of Eco-friendly POM Binder System for High Strength Ti-MIM
Development of Resistance Based Sintering for Metal Powders
Dispersing Tailored Nanoparticles through Powder Metallurgy Consolidation
Effect of Manufacturing Parameters on Inoculated PM Tool Steel Properties
Fabrication of Titanium and Titanium Alloy Components by Thermomechanical Powder Consolidation
High-strength Titanium Matrix Composites Reinforced with In Situ Polycarbosilane-derived TiC Particle
Microstructural Uniformity duringSsintering, Thermal-plastic Processing and Recrystallization of Tungsten
Selective Laser Melting of Metallic Glass Powder to Improve Chemical and Mechanical Performance of Magnesium
Synthesis of Low-oxygen Titanium towards Achieving Strength-ductility Synergy
Synthesis, Sintering and Mechanical Behavior of Ultra-fine Low-oxygen Titanium Powder
Thermodynamic Model for Predicting the Embodied Energy of Titanium Alloys Produced by Powder Metallurgy

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