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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Sinterization of a mixture of stainless steel scrap and powder from the same material. A new technology to recycle metals?
Author: Delforge, DYM
Ferreira, I
da Silva, CGR
Paris, EAG
Marcelo, AL
Novaes, RH
Abstract: The reuse of materials has as its main objective to minimize environmental impacts and to rationalize the use of energy chains. In the present work, samples of scraps of 316 stainless steel mixed with powder of the same material were sintered. For this case, the percentage of scrap was varied from zero to 25% in weight, with 5% increases. After compacting, under a pressure of 600MPa, the samples were sintered simultaneously at a temperature of 1473 K. The mechanical behavior of the final product was evaluated through Assays of Transversal Rupture recommended and normalized by the MPIF - Metal Powder Industries Federation. Using Conventional Quantitative Metallography, the analyses of the sintered samples demonstrated regions of intense diffusion, therefore, regions of sufficiently intense sintering. The mechanical resistance of the samples was compared with the mechanical resistance of the sintered stainless steel with no scrap. The results were greater than expected, demonstrating the viability of this new procedure.
Subject: powder metallurgy
stainless steel scrap
Country: Brasil
Editor: Escola De Minas
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2007
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