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dc.contributor.authorWhitfield, RE-
dc.contributor.authorGoossens, DJ-
dc.contributor.authorStuder, AJ-
dc.identifier.citationWhitfield, R. E., Goossens, D. J., & Studer, A. J. (2010). Study of phase formation in metal injection moulding through real time neutron diffraction, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 251: 012048. International Conference on Neutron Scattering 2009, 3th–7th May 2009. Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 251(1), Art. No. 012048. doi:10.1088/1742-6597/251/1/012048en_AU
dc.description.abstractThe sintering of metal injection moulded stainless steel was investigated using in situ neutron diffraction with different sintering temperatures, from 1270°C up to 1390°C, with sintering profiles that were based on those used in industry. The production of an unwanted high temperature phase, δ-ferrite, was observed during sintering and is seen to be retained in the final product after sintering. Ferrite production during sintering acts to speed up the sintering process by forming in the grain pores but is unwanted in the final product as it is a soft and malleable phase. The ferrite that was formed at high temperature was observed to not completely disappear during cooling as a result of the coexistence of dual high temperature phases delta-ferrite and gamma-austenite during the high temperature soak. This suggests the segregation of the alloying elements between the two phase which changes the composition of the phase grains and allows the ferrite to exist during cooling, resulting in the unwanted phase in the final product.© 2010, Insitute of Physicsen_AU
dc.publisherInsitute of Physicsen_AU
dc.subjectNeutron diffractionen_AU
dc.subjectTemperature range 0400-1000 Ken_AU
dc.subjectReal time systemsen_AU
dc.subjectStainless steelsen_AU
dc.titleStudy of phase formation in metal injection moulding through real time neutron diffractionen_AU
dc.typeJournal Articleen_AU
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