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- Solid-state recycling from machined scraps to a cellular solid
- Chino, Yasumasa; Shimojima, Koji; Hosokawa, Hiroyuki; Yamada, Yasuo; Wen, Cui'e; Mabuchi, Mamoru
- Cellular solids were processed from machined scraps of a medium carbon steel by sintering. Mechanical properties of the cellular solids were investigated by compressive tests from the viewpoint of effects of high dislocation density in the machined scraps on the solid-state bonding. The flow stress in the plateau region for the cellular solid made of the as-machined scraps was higher than that of the one made of the annealed scraps. Clearly, the bonding strength between scraps was increased by the high dislocation density in the as-machined scraps.
- Publication type
- Journal article
- Journal of Materials Research, Vol. 17, no. 11 (Nov 2002), pp. 2783-2786
- Publication year
- FOR Code(s)
- 0912 Materials Engineering
- Annealing; Bonding; Carbon steel; Cellular solids; Compressive stress; Dislocation density; Mechanical properties; Recycling; Scrap metal reprocessing; Sintering; Strength
- Materials Research Society
- Publisher URL
- Copyright © 2002.
- Peer reviewed