Tecnologia em Metalurgia, Materiais e Mineração
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Tecnologia em Metalurgia, Materiais e Mineração
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POWDER INJECTION MOLDING OF SIC FOR THERMAL MANAGEMENT

Onbattuvelli, Valmikanathan; Laddha, Sachin; Park, Seong-Jin; Souza, Jupiter Palagi de; Atre, Sundar Vedanarayan

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Abstract

Silicon carbide (SiC) exhibits many functional properties that are relevant to applications in electronics, aerospace, defense and automotive industries. However, the successful translation of these properties into final applications lies in the net-shaping of ceramics into fully dense microstructures. Increasing the packing density of the starting powders is one effective route to achieve high sintered density and dimensional precision. The present paper presents an in-depth study on the effects of nanoparticle addition on the powder injection molding process (PIM) of SiC powder-polymer mixtures. In particular, bimodal mixtures of nanoscale and sub-micrometer particles are found to have significantly increased powder packing characteristics (solids loading) in the powder-polymer mixtures. The influence of nanoparticle addition on the multi-step PIM process is examined. The above results provide new perspectives which could impact a wide range of materials, powder processing techniques and applications.

Keywords

Powder injection molding, Nanoparticles, Thermal management, SiC

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