2019
DOI: 10.1590/1980-5373-mr-2018-0581
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Consolidation of Fe-Based Metallic Glass Powders by Hot Pressing

Abstract: An alternative route to obtain bulk metallic glasses is by consolidation of metallic glass powders by deforming these materials in the temperature interval between the crystallization temperature and the glass transition temperature, where the material flows with a reduced viscosity. In the present work, bulk parts of the Fe 43.2 Co 28.8 B 19.2 Si 4.8 Nb 4 alloy were produced by hot-pressing gas-atomized powders (GAP) under different uniaxial pressures. Different microstructural analysis revealed that the init… Show more

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“…• New production methods, like small and flexible atomization plants where low amounts of completely new, often expensive, and high-quality powders may be produced [165][166][167]; • Powders with complex chemistry and controlled phase composition or even crystallinity, like amorphous metallic glasses [168][169][170], spinel powders [171], etc.…”
Section: Feedstock Used In Thermal Spray Processesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…• New production methods, like small and flexible atomization plants where low amounts of completely new, often expensive, and high-quality powders may be produced [165][166][167]; • Powders with complex chemistry and controlled phase composition or even crystallinity, like amorphous metallic glasses [168][169][170], spinel powders [171], etc.…”
Section: Feedstock Used In Thermal Spray Processesmentioning
confidence: 99%