HIP ultrasonics. An In-situ method for densification monitoring

M. Ganor, Y. Feuerlicht, S. Tamsut, H. Klimker, O. Yeheskel, M. P. Dariel, M. Rosen

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Several devices aimed at allowing in-situ measurement of dimensional changes of HIP cans inside a HIP vessel, have been designed and tested during the last decade. Sensors were installed inside the pressure vessels making it possible to track changes occurring in the dimensions of powder filled cans in the course of a HIP cycle. The data retrieved is then related to the change in density of the specimens encapsulated in the cans. The use of these techniques yields no direct information concerning processes taking place at the contact areas of adjacent powder particles. Further research aimed at studying densification mechanisms and their dependence upon the process parameters is still required in order to establish the validity of 'HIP diagrams'.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc 4 Int Conf Isostatic Pressing ISO4
PublisherPubl by MPR Publishing Services Ltd
ISBN (Print)0948579072
StatePublished - 1 Dec 1990
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameProc 4 Int Conf Isostatic Pressing ISO4

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Engineering


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