한국분말야금학회지 Vol. 26 No. 2 (p.112-118)

고밀도화 공정에 의한 Fe-Co 계 밸브시트 합금의 조직변화와 열적 특성

Thermal Properties and Microstructural Changes of Fe-Co System Valve Seat Alloy by High Densification Process
키워드 :
Fe-Co alloy,Valve seat,High density,Infiltration,Thermal properties

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 실험방법
3. 실험결과 및 고찰
4. 결 론
References

초록

Infiltration is a popular technique used to produce valve seat rings and guides to create dense parts. In order to develop valve seat material with a good thermal conductivity and thermal expansion coefficient, Cu-infiltrated properties of sintered Fe-Co-M(M=Mo,Cr) alloy systems are studied. It is shown that the copper network that forms inside the steel alloy skeleton during infiltration enhances the thermal conductivity and thermal expansion coefficient of the steel alloy composite. The hard phase of the CoMoCr and the network precipitated FeCrC phase are distributed homogeneously as the infiltrated Cu phase increases. The increase in hardness of the alloy composite due to the increase of the Co, Ni, Cr, and Cu contents in Fe matrix by the infiltrated Cu amount increases. Using infiltration, the thermal conductivity and thermal expansion coefficient were increased to 29.5 W/mK and 15.9 um/moC, respectively, for tempered alloy composite.