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Analysis of Density of Sintered Iron Powder Component Using the Response Surface Method

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Prasanta Kumar Bardhan, Suprs Patra, Goutam Sutradhar

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The continued growth of ferrous powder metallurgy in automobile and others engineering application is largely de-pendent on the development of higher density materials and improved mechanical properties. Since density is a predominant factor in the performance of powder metallurgy components, it has been primarily considered for the present investigation. An experimental investigation have been undertaken in order to understand the variation of density with respect to the variation of process parameters viz., compaction load, sinter temperature and sintering time. The relation among the various process parameters with density has been observed. A mathematical model has been developed using second order response surface model (RSM) with central composite design (CCD) considering the above mentioned process parameters. The developed mathematical model would help in predicting the variation in density with the change in the level of different parameters influencing the density variation. This model also can be useful for setting of optimum value of the parameters for achieving the target density.

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Powder Metallurgy, Density, Sintering, Response Surface Model, Central Composite Design

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P. Bardhan, S. Patra and G. Sutradhar, "Analysis of Density of Sintered Iron Powder Component Using the Response Surface Method," Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2010, pp. 152-157. doi: 10.4236/msa.2010.13024.

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