Accession Number : ADA187640
Title : Understanding the HIP (Hot Isostatic Pressing) Consolidation of P/M Nickel-Base Superalloys.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 1 Oct 82-31 Sep 87,
Corporate Author : HENRY KRUMB SCHOOL OF MINES NEW YORK CENTER FOR STRATEGIC MATERIALS
Personal Author(s) : Tien, John K
PDF Url : ADA187640
Report Date : Nov 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 69
Abstract : Superalloy processing, and hot isostatic pressing (P) is near-net shape is the most cost-effective method of superalloy powder consolidation. However, as HIP superalloys have ben plagued by poor mechanical properties, which can be ascribed to materials cleanliness and to prior particle powder boundaries (PPB). The solution to the first problem is the policing of the process, and the solution to the second problem is more technical and pivots about altering the deformation mechanism comprising HIP densification to minimize PPB.
Descriptors : *HOT PRESSING, *ISOSTATIC PRESSING, *SUPERALLOYS, BOUNDARIES, COST EFFECTIVENESS, DEFORMATION, MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, PARTICLES, PIVOTS, POWDERS, PROCESSING
Subject Categories : Fabrication Metallurgy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE