Powder Metallurgy Processed Ferrous Composites: A Review

  • Ranjan Malik A
  • Bhusan Pani B
  • Kumar Badjena S
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This paper reviews processing and synthesis of particulate reinforced ferrous based Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) and Nanocomposites through Powder Metallurgy (P/M) method. By this route it is possible to manufacture MMCs with wide range of compositions and density. As a result there is improvement of wear resistance, abrasion resistance, corrosion resistance, mechanical properties and high temperature friction properties. The reinforcing particles commonly adopted were carbides, oxides, borides, nitrides, carbonitrides, complex carbides, intermetallics, synthetic materials etc. Apart from this it also reviews how several factors affect properties of MMCs.




Ranjan Malik, A., Bhusan Pani, B., & Kumar Badjena, S. (2017). Powder Metallurgy Processed Ferrous Composites: A Review. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) (pp. 2249–8958). Retrieved from www.ijeat.org

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