Stainless steel powder is the powdered form of stainless steel, primarily AISI 304. It is a versatile material and has a wide range of applications, which has made it a very popular material among many industries.
Many industries use stainless steel. It is resistant to corrosion and has good formability. It is used in nuclear engineering and underwater construction. It is also very resistant to low temperatures.
This study simulated the particle size distribution of pure SS powder as well as CNT-SS composites. The morphological properties of these samples were also determined using HRSEM and XRD. It was also examined how CNT concentration affected the matrix. The SS-CNT Nanocomposite showed improved hardness, thermal conductivity and tensile strengths. Moreover, the simulated layer was correlated with experimental results.
Shear band formation was revealed by the morphological characteristics. This is a sign that fractures are present in the matrix. In addition, the fabricated oxide layer was nanoporous. It had an average pore diameter of 40 +/- 5 nm. It was also observed that the pores were relatively uniform.
The average pore diameter of the fabricated oxide layer was determined from 50 measurements. EDX measurements were used to determine the presence of iron within the oxide layer. In addition, the nanoporous oxide layer removed fluorine. It was also determined that the passive stability region was larger for anodized samples.
A 0.5 wt% CNT content was also selected to enhance hardness and tensile strengths. This concentration was optimized to achieve a yield strength 103%. This yield strength was increased by 41% compared to pristine SS.
Spark plasma sintering (SPS), was used to fabricate the SS-CNT nanocomposite. The SPS process was carried out at 200 rpm and a volume of fluid (VOF) was used. This process was safe and economically feasible. The nanotubular structure of austenite 304 SS was also preserved by the SPS process.
There are many ways to spheroidize powders. However, thermal-based treatment is the most effective. This involves passing powders through molten states for a brief time and cooling them to Rockwell C hardness 55.
The process has many advantages, including a relatively small amount of material being wasted, the ability to process a large volume of powder, and the ability to achieve high spheroidisation ratios. The resulting material also has the same physical properties of wrought articles.
However, spheroidisation does not occur in all particles, and some material tends to vaporize. It is therefore important to select the best milling conditions in order to achieve the desired spheroidisation rate for all powder fractions. The resulting material can be characterized using light microscopic images.
A JEOL JSM 6510 scanning electron microscope was used to examine the particle morphology of the spheroidised powder. It was equipped both with an energy-dispersive EDS (EDS) and secondary electron detectors. The resultant particle size distribution showed that the Gaussian ratio was the best.
In addition, the process was tested using an irregular AlSi10Mg powder as a reference. The powder was 3723g and went through a series test. This test was done to determine if low-speed sequences would affect the particle morphology.
A thermal-based treatment method for the spheroidisation of composite powders is the best choice. The resulting material is highly homogeneous, with each particle having a similar alloy composition. The material shows significant changes in the particle morphology. The particle morphology can be further improved by a post-treatment process.
The angle of internal friction is one of the most important characterization parameters. It represents the mechanical challenge of moving individual particles in the metallic powder. The rougher the surface, the higher the effective value. The angle of internal friction is simply the geometrically optimal ratio between the sample's average bulk density and the particle's average speed.
Empirical measurements are the best way to determine the angle. This will require a suitable measurement device and the appropriate method of metering. The type of measurement device used, the size of the sample, the particle speed and the normal force will all affect the optimal value. A well suited measurement device would be a shear testing machine or a Brookfield PFT Powder Flow Tester.
The measurement of the aforementioned may also require empirical methods for analysis. The most common methods include a count of particles, analysis of the particle size distribution and comparison of the average bulk density with the particle's speed.
Experimentation may also be used to measure the angle of internal friction. For example, the optimum angle was determined from the Brookfield PFT Powder Flow Tester. It was determined that the effective angle of internal friction for zinc powder is 29.9 +- 0.5 deg.
A similar comparison was done for aluminum powder. The optimum angle of internal friction for aluminum powder is a bit smaller, at 29.7 +- 0.3 deg. Copper powder has an optimal angle of internal friction around 32+-0.5 degrees.
Despite these small differences, the angle of internal friction for metal powders is a useful and descriptive characteristic of the powder. It is important to characterize the powder and match its properties to a particular machine for a successful and consistent production.
Stainless steel powders are very effective in a variety of applications including manufacturing processes and additive manufacturing. However, it is important to understand how they behave during spreading. The present study investigated the combined effects of particle size and surface cohesiveness to determine how they contribute to powder spreadability. The result showed that the smallest particles produce a densely packed layer, while the largest particles produce a sparsely packed layer.
The total surface energy of each powder was measured, which revealed that particles with greater surface energy had greater surface cohesiveness. This was confirmed in previous studies.
Particle sizes varied from 9.8 um for small particles to 13.0 um in large particles. The largest particles produced the largest cohesive index and dynamic angle of repose. After six revolutions per minute, the largest particles showed a slight shear-thinning behavior.
A recoater spreading device was used to measure the dynamic angle of repose. For powders with small Hamaker constants, the angle of repose ranged from 14 to 20 rpm. The angle of repose for powders with larger Hamaker constants was the same as that for smaller particles.
The interaction of the particle with the spreading rake results in a wide range particle size distributions that can cause noticeable variations in the dynamic angle for repose. This is especially evident for powder C which had the highest dynamic angle.
Surface cohesiveness and particle size are closely linked. The density of a layer is influenced by the particle size. A decrease in surface cohesiveness means that particles are smaller. However, the size effect is controlled by the blade clearance. The blade clearance did not have an impact on layer quality for particles with large Hamaker constants.
Stainless steel powder is used in metal coatings, sintered parts, injection molded precision parts, and sprayed materials. It is a steel alloy that has a minimum of 10.5% mass and contains 18% to 20% chromium and 3% molybdenum.
The global stainless steel powder market is expected to grow at 4.7% CAGR over the forecast period of 2022-2028. The market is expected to reach a value of USD 783.1 million by 2022.
The global stainless steel powder market is expected to be driven by the increasing demand for high tech industries and aerospace. The market will be driven by technological advancements in imaging technology. The use of 3D-printed products in healthcare, energy, and defense is also expected to increase.
The market for stainless steel powder is segmented according to type, application, region, and geography. The key regions are Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa. These regions are analyzed based on demand, capacity, and supply.
The market research report provides in-depth analysis of the global stainless steel powder market and helps business strategists, investors, and industry players. It examines the key drivers, limitations, and challenges of the global stainless steel powder industry. The report also includes market segmentation, market size, and market share.
The research methodology includes a combination of primary and secondary research. Primary research is carried out through telephonic interviews and face-to-face interviews. Secondary research involves the analysis of press releases, annual reports of companies, research papers and other government-approved information. Market experts' opinions are also considered in the research method.
A market analysis section in the global stainless steel powder market report provides information about the financial revenues of major players. The report also includes a section on product benchmarking, which compares the main products of the different competitors.
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