A Guided Wave Resonance Matching Technique for in Situ Monitoring of Powder Injection Molded Products

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1996
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Rose, Joseph
Menon, Suresh
Yi, Robert
German, Randall
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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Advances have been made in manufacturing high performance metallic and non-metallic components via powder injection molding (PEM) approaches [1,2,3]. Considerable progress has been made in bringing ΡIM technology into an era where complex shapes (Figure 1) can be achieved with changes in cross-sectional area by an order of magnitude [4,5]. This has been accomplished by novel approaches in instrumentation, feedback control, and process condition optimization [6,7].

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