2009
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.409.334
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Abstract: The existing density-pressure laws for a powder undergoing die compaction fit experimental data very well except for the low-pressure end of curves for some materials (SiC, Al2O3). To improve this, density - pressure relationship was modified by considering the internal friction and cohesion. For constant internal friction and vanishing cohesion, the modified relationship became mathematically equivalent to the existing one. For density-dependent friction, the modified and original relationships were able to p…

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