The topics include powder compaction by dry pressing, hot isostatic pressing and gas-pressure sintering, vapor-phase deposition of oxides, thermoplastics and monomers as non-conventional polymers in ceramic processing, and high-pressure routes to ceramics.
What does HIP stand for?
HIP stands for Hot Isostatic Pressing
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Heraeus' integrated manufacturing technologies range from vacuum induction melting, hot isostatic pressing, rolling and extrusion, to thermal spraying, tube casting and bonding.
Hot isostatic pressing of hard metals, Sinter-HIP technologie.
Designed as a quick reference for professionals, this includes the basic mathematics of powder technology relations (such as atomization, milling, powder production, powder characterization, mixing, particle packing and powder testing), powder processing (such as injection molding, slurry and paste-shaping techniques, polymer pyrolysis, sintering, hot isostatic pressing, and forging, including microstructure development and coarsening), and finishing operations (such as surface treatments, heat treatments, microstructure analysis, material testing, data analysis and structure-property relations).
With a plant in Sweden, Metso produces powder-metallurgy-based billets via hot isostatic pressing primarily for customers in the offshore and energy industries.