Handbook of Non-Ferrous Metal Powders. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 4579811
  • Book
  • 880 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Handbook of Non-Ferrous Metal Powders: Technologies and Applications, Second Edition, provides information on the manufacture and use of powders of non-ferrous metals that has taken place for many years in the area previously known as Soviet Russia. It presents the huge amount of knowledge and experience that has built up over the last fifty years. Originally published in Russia by several prominent scientists, researchers and engineers, this presents an update to the first book that includes sections on classification, properties, treatment methods and production. This updated edition contains new content on the powders, along with newer methods of 3D printing.

  • Covers the manufacturing methods, properties and importance of the following metals: aluminum, titanium, magnesium, copper, nickel, cobalt, zinc, cadmium, noble metals, rare earth metals, lead, tin and bismuth
  • Includes new content on recent advances, such as additive manufacturing and 3D printing of non-ferrous metal alloys and specific powders for advanced techniques, including metal injection molding technologies
  • Expands on topics such as safety engineering in the production of powders and advanced areas of engineering research, such as nanopowder processes
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Section 1. Powder Characterization and Testing 1. Powder Characterization and Testing

Section 2. Powder Production Methods 2. Mechanical Crushing and Grinding 3. Mechanical Alloying 4. Atomization and Granulation 5. Gas-phase Method 6. Carbonyl Method 7. Reduction Methods8. Electrochemical Methods 9. Nanopowders 10. Powders for Porous Powder Metallurgy Technology 11. Powders for Composites 12. Powders for Additive Manufacturing Processes

Section 3. Processing of Powders 13. Processing of Powders and Processing Equipment

Section 4. Production of Non-Ferrous Metal Powders 14. Production of Aluminum Powders 15. Production of Aluminum Alloy Powders 16. Production of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloy Powders 17. Production of Titanium and Titanium Alloy Powders 18. Production of Copper and Copper Alloy Powders 19. Production of Zinc, Cadmium and Their Alloy Powder 20. Production of Nickel and Nickel Alloy Powders 21. Production of Cobalt and Cobalt Alloy Powders 22. Production of Refractory Metal Powders 23. Production of Rare Metal Powders 24. Production of Noble Metal Powders 25. Production of Lead, Tin, Bismuth, and Their Alloys Powders

Section 5. Safety Engineering in the Production of Powders 26. Safety Engineering in the Production of Powders

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Neikov, Oleg D
Oleg Domianovich Neikov holds a doctorate in material science at the Institute for Problems in Materials Science of National Academy of Science of Ukraine (IPMS), Kiev, Ukraine. Since 1970, he has been worked at the IPMS where he was promoted from research assistant to the head of the department of metallic powder synthesis and processing. During 40 years, Neikov was a member of the editorial boards of Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics Journal.
Dr. Neikov is author of more than 350 scientific publications, more than 40 patented investigations, and 8 monographs, including 'Air suction and dedusting in production of powders. Moscow (Russia): Metallurgia; 1981, Handbook of non-ferrous metal powders. Moscow: Metallurgia; 1997 [in Russian], Handbook of non-ferrous metal powders. 1st ed. Elsevier; 2009. His professional main field is the powder metallurgy of reactive metals (powder obtaining and processing; phiysics of flammability and explosion of metal powders); the current research interests are the rapid solidification processes, melt atomization and surface chemistry and physics.
Naboychenko, Stanislav
Naboychenko Stanislav Stepanovich is Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, and Doctor of Technical Sciences. Naboychenko S.S. is a member of the editorial boards of the leading Russian metallurgical journals "Non-Ferrous Metals", "Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals". He is an expert in the field of hydrometallurgical processes; he devoted a large number of works to autoclave processes, the author of more than 450 scientific papers. Stanislav Stepanovich Naboichenko is a recognized scientist in the field of autoclave hydrometallurgy of non-ferrous metals, the author of a well known in Russia and abroad study dedicated to kinetics of dissolution of copper sulfides, non-ferrous alloys, hydrogen precipitation of copper, antimony, bismuth powders and the synthesis of a number of their compounds. He proposed a number of advanced technologies for processing copper-zinc concentrates and industrial products of copper secondary raw materials.
Yefimov, N. V.
Nikolay Aleksandrovich Yefimov holds the Ph.D. degree in Institute for Problems in Materials Science of National Academy of Science of Ukraine (IPMS), Kiev, Ukraine in 2000. Since 2015, he has been working as a leading researcher in IPMS. Nikolay Yefimov graduated from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute in 1992 with a specialization in "physics of metals".
Nikolay Yefimov is author of more than 120 scientific publication, including monograph Quasicrystals and nano-quasicrystals are new promising materials. In: Promising materials, Vitebsk, Belarus, 2009.
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