Influence of structure on properties of sintered chromium carbide

H. J. Hamjian, W. G. Lidman
naca-tn-2731
Jun 1952


An investigation was conducted to study the influence of structural variations on the properties of chromium carbide sintered under pressure. The results show that the room-temperature strength and hardness are influenced by the stages of sintering, which are defined by grain size and by the number, size, location, and shape of pores.

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