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The expanding use of powder metallurgy innovations to make a nearly countless number of fabrics and items areas better emphasis on usage of subtle experimental innovations. often study and improvement efforts begin using newly constructed gear and analytical techniques. certainly, the contents of this booklet are strongly associated with examine endeavors, in either the educational and industrials worlds. although, this quantity can serve a far wanted functionality in commercial utilized powder metallurgy. even though many learn ers will locate the contents of serious price, the technical team of workers extra concerned with construction, qc, purchaser providers and product layout now have at their dispo sal a method to benefit concerning the capability makes use of of a number of vitally important strategies. With state-of-the-art "knowledge explosion" the current set of papers significantly allows the comprehension and adoption of latest systems. If powder metallurgy is to proceed its swift fee of progress in nearly all segments of undefined, then the transition of recent apparatus and systems from instruments of study and improvement laboratories to daily plant operations and purposes needs to be hastened. The editors wish that this quantity aids during this procedure, in addition to aiding scholars and researchers via delivering a prepared resource of up to date precious information.
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2. O~m. However, sufficient numbers of particles were produced in this size range to establish the reproducibility and accuracy of the techniques employed. J. Rate curves generated from neck growth measurements were of the same general form as previously published results for larger particles, having the same exponential relationship with time exhibited by copper and silver particles in the 50 - lOO~m particle size range. 39 NECK GROWTH MEASUREMENTS REFERENCES 1. K. H. Olsen and G. C. Nicholson, J.
Figure 2(c) shows the coalescence complete with only the "ghost" of an image of the original particle in the upper part of the photo. It is evident from this sequence that deduction of mass transport mechanisms for particles such as these was beyond the capabilities of the system. Some evidence can be cited to support the contention that events of the type shown in Figure 2 are neck growth governed primarily by surfa~e ~iffusion, at least in the early stages. llll). 8 (...!.. ) 0 . 43fL • 0 • • 0.