Copper Metal Matrix Composite [CMMC] Behavior at Cold Compaction

Author: Iyd Eqaab Maree1
1University of Salahaddin, Engineering College, Erbil, Iraq

Abstract: Cold compaction of metal matrix composed powders [MMC] is extensively utilized in the manufacturing engineering materials for various utilizes in mechanical, chemical, electrical and petroleum industries. The ability to produce the required size and shape of a component with so small or not moreover machining is a basic advantage over other production processes. The production of a powder compact can be approximately divided into two phases. The primary level is the density of the metal powder, and the focus of the existing work is nearly the density of the cold mold in which the plastic deformation of the powder particles is the basic deformation process. The term “composite” in general indicated a material system that comprises of a discrete material (amplifier) distributed in a continuing phase (matrix) and has its concern distinctive profile from the properties of its component, geometry and also acquires structure of ingredients, and of the characteristic of the boundaries (interfaces) between various constituents. Composite materials are almost categorized depend on the physical or chemical nature of the matrix phase, as a case in point polymer matrices, metal, and ceramic matrix composites. Additionally, a few reports propose the rise of metal matrix and also carbon matrix composites like the polymers.

Keywords: Composite Materials, Cold Compaction, Manufacturing New Materials and MMC System

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doi: 10.23918/eajse.v7i1p163


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