Void Shape in Sintered Titanium

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1995
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Ledbetter, Hassel
Dun, Martin
Kim, Sudook
Fields, Richard
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Void shape in sintered materials is important because the shape affects both physical and plastic-deformation problems. For example, the mechanical stress distribution around a disc-shape void differs drastically from that around a spherical void [1]. Thompson, Spitzig, and coworkers [2,3] made ultrasonic studies on compacted iron. Haynes [4] reviewed the general topic of mechanical properties of sintered materials.

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