Electromagnetic Processing Of Sintered Powder Metal Parts
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Dr. Winston Roberts is a professor at Florida State University in the Department of Physics. Dr. Roberts' research focuses on the properties of hadrons. He has used quark models, the heavy quark effective theory, phenomenological lagrangians and a variety of numerical methods to delve into the structure and properties of these sub-atomic particles.

                       

Electromagnetic Processing Of Sintered Powder Metal Parts

Sintering is the process of compacting a material, usually in powdered form, into a solid mass using heat or pressure, but without melting the material. It is a manufacturing technology that dates back to at least 3000 B.C. and was used to make ceramic objects that were hard to cast. Modern sintering of metallic and cemented carbides started in the 20th century. Today, nearly 20% of automotive parts are now produced by the powder metal (PM) sintering process. The advantages...

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