Safety issues improvement in ceramic lined composite pipe produced using SHS method

Mahmoodian, Reza; Rahbari, Reza; Hamdi, Mohammad (2011) Safety issues improvement in ceramic lined composite pipe produced using SHS method. In: 2011 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management , January 22 – 24, 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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    Abstract

    Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis (SHS) or combustion synthesis (CS) is an advanced method for producing high temperature materials such as refractory materials, intermetallics, and cermets. Combustion synthesis is characterized by extremely heating rate, high temperatures, and short reaction times. Centrifugal force densification was employing to produce dense ceramic-lined steel pipes. The centrifugal force facilitates phase separation of multi-component products during the process. In this research the safety matters in producing ceramic lined composite pipes from Fe2O3 – Al powder mixture is studied. A SHS centrifugal machine with the acceleration up to a = 350g was developed. Thermite reaction of Fe2O3 and Al was occurred inside the pipe to produce Al2O3 ceramic in the innermost layer and Fe layer at a region between the outer steel pipe and the ceramic layer.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Creators:
    1. Mahmoodian, Reza(Engineering Design and Manufacturing Dept.)
    2. Rahbari, Reza(AMMP Center)
    3. Hamdi, Mohammad(AMMP Center)
    Additional Information: Engineering Design and Manufacturing Dept.University of Malaya
    Uncontrolled Keywords: SHS Method
    Subjects: Q Science > QC Physics
    T Technology > TS Manufactures
    Divisions: Faculty of Engineering
    Depositing User: Reza Mahmoodian
    Date Deposited: 21 Nov 2011 10:13
    Last Modified: 21 Nov 2011 10:13
    URI: http://eprints.um.edu.my/id/eprint/2275

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