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  1. Randall M. German Ph.D., M.S., B.S. Chair Professor Director and
  2. Seong Jin Park Ph.D. Associate Research Professor

Published Online: 7 JAN 2008

DOI: 10.1002/9780470370087.ch7

Mathematical Relations in Particulate Materials Processing: Ceramics, Powder Metals, Cermets, Carbides, Hard Materials, and Minerals

Mathematical Relations in Particulate Materials Processing: Ceramics, Powder Metals, Cermets, Carbides, Hard Materials, and Minerals

How to Cite

German, R. M. and Park, S. J. (2008) G, in Mathematical Relations in Particulate Materials Processing: Ceramics, Powder Metals, Cermets, Carbides, Hard Materials, and Minerals, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. doi: 10.1002/9780470370087.ch7

Author Information

  1. Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, USA

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 7 JAN 2008
  2. Published Print: 27 AUG 2008

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9780470173640

Online ISBN: 9780470370087

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Keywords:

  • gas-atomization particle size;
  • grain-boundary fraction and grain boundary–controlled creep;
  • grain number changes and liquid-phase sintering

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • Gas-absorption Surface Area—See BET Specific Surface Area

  • Gas-atomization Cooling Rate

  • Gas-atomization Melt Flow Rate

  • Gas-atomization Particle Size

  • Gas-generated Final Pores

  • Gas Permeability—See Kozeny–Carman Equation

  • Gate Strain Rate in Injection Molding

  • Gaudin–Schuhmann distribution

  • Gaussian Distribution

  • Gel-densification Model

  • Gessinger Model for Intermediate-stage Liquid-phase Sintering

  • Glass Viscosity Test—See Bending-beam Viscosity

  • Grain Accommodation—See Grain-shape Accommodation

  • Grain Bonding—See Contiguity

  • Grain Boundary–controlled Creep—See Coble Creep

  • Grain-boundary Energy and Misorientation Angle

  • Grain-boundary Fraction

  • Grain-boundary Groove—See Dihedral Angle

  • Grain-boundary Misorientation—See Grain-boundary Energy and Misorientation Angle

  • Grain-boundary Penetration—See Fragmentation by Liquid

  • Grain-boundary Pinning—See Zener Relation

  • Grain-boundary Wetting

  • Grain Coordination Number in Liquid-phase Sintering—See Coordination Number in Liquid-phase Sintering

  • Grain Diameter Based on an Equivalent Circle

  • Grain Growth

  • Grain Growth in Liquid-phase Sintering, Diffusion Control at High Solid Contents

  • Grain Growth in Liquid-phase Sintering, Dilute Solids Contents

  • Grain Growth in Liquid-phase Sintering, Interfacial Reaction Control

  • Grain-growth Master Curve

  • Grain-growth Master Curve, Interfacial Reaction Control

  • Grain Number Changes in Liquid-phase Sintering

  • Grain Pinning by Pores in Final-stage Sintering

  • Grain Separation Distance in Liquid-phase Sintering

  • Grain Separation in Cemented Carbides—See Mean Free Path, Carbide Microstructure

  • Grain-shape Accommodation

  • Grain Size

  • Grain-size Affect on Coordination Number

  • Grain-size Distribution for Liquid-phase Sintered Materials

  • Grain-size Distribution for Solid-state Sintered Materials

  • Grain-size Effect on Strength—See Hall–Petch Relation

  • Grain Size to Pore Size in Final-stage Liquid-phase Sintering

  • Granulation Force—See Agglomerate Force

  • Granule Strength—See Agglomerate Strength

  • Green Density Dependence on Compaction Pressure

  • Green Density Dependence on Punch Travel

  • Green Density From Repeated Pressing

  • Green Strength

  • Green Strength Distribution—See Weibull Distribution

  • Green Strength Variation with Flaws

  • Grinding Time

  • Growth—See Sintering Shrinkage