MODIFICATION OF POWDER MATERIAL BY COMPACTION PROCESSING

Peter Peciar, Oliver Macho, Maroš Eckert, Juraj Kabát, Ľudmila Gabrišová, Peter Kotora, Roman Fekete, Marián Peciar

Abstract


There are different criteria for assessing the appropriateness of an agglomeration technology in the deployment processing of dry, fine and dirty dust burdening in the communal and working environment. Besides the benefit of the environment components, the agglomeration technology offers the possibility of re-processing the material as the primary raw material within a wide range of industries. Preliminary tests have shown that the compressed material remains in the memory from the previous compression. For returning the already processed material into a primary production, it is essential that it is reformed without the need for additional materials, a requirement that can be problematic. This article deals with the modification of a powder material (powder dust from the manufacture of friction components) and the investigation of its properties before and after the compaction processing.

Keywords


powder material; compaction; agglomerate strength; distribution characteristic; microscopic analysis; compressibility

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ISSN 1210-2709 (Print)
ISSN 1805-2363 (Online)
Published by the Czech Technical University in Prague