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NIST Experiments in Gas Atomization 1986-1999

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Author(s)

Steven P. Mates, Frank S. Biancaniello, S D. Riddle

Abstract

Research at the National Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology or NIST) involving the gas atomization of liquid metals has resuletd in approximately 300 experiments since 1983. The data generated from these experiments, including process parameter measurements and associated powder size distributions, have remained largely published. A subset of this data, which includes aluminum, copper, iron and nickel-based alloys, is presented here to augment the data already in the literature and thereby expand the resources available for evaluating current and future empirical predictive models described in the literature, including some developed for fuel sprays.
Proceedings Title
Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials; Advances in powder metallurgy & particulate materials | | | Metal Powder Industries Foundation
Conference Dates
June 1, 2004
Conference Title
Powder Metallurgy

Keywords

atomization, particle size prediction data

Citation

Mates, S. , Biancaniello, F. and Riddle, S. (2004), NIST Experiments in Gas Atomization 1986-1999, Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials; Advances in powder metallurgy & particulate materials | | | Metal Powder Industries Foundation (Accessed June 24, 2024)

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Created June 1, 2004, Updated February 17, 2017