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a mass formed by sintering
an alluvial sediment deposited by a mineral spring
to compact and heat a powder to form a solid mass
a mixture of iron ore and fluxes added to a blast furnace
Any form of of hot spring deposit regardless of chemical composition See also siliceous sinter Sinter deposits form the characteristic gray rock formations seen in the geyser basins
a glass material or mixture fired to less than complete fusion, resulting in a coherent mass
{f} heat a material to just below the melting point so that it forms one solid mass
used of powdery metals or ores; to cause to become a coherent mass by heating without melting
v. Mineral deposit with a porous or vesicular texture (having small cavities). Siliceous sinter is a deposit of opaline or amorphous silica that occurs as an incrustation around hot springs and geysers and sometimes forms conical mounds (geyser cones) or terraces. Calcareous sinter, sometimes called tufa, calcareous tufa, or calc-tufa, is a deposit of calcium carbonate
Dross, as of iron; the scale which files from iron when hammered; applied as a name to various minerals
To thermally cure or treat a material
Heat and press powder to form a solid object Powder is heated to a temperature below its melting point The combination of heat and pressure weld the individual particles into a strong solid
A porous deposit formed in hydrothermal areas by the precipitation of amorphous opaline silica from silica-saturated waters erupted from geysers and derived from hot springs
Baked particles that stick together in roughly one-inch chunks Normally used for iron ore dust collected from the blast furnaces
a bonded mass of metal particles shaped and partially fused by pressure and heating below the melting point; to become or make into a sinter
One form of agglomeration of fines (iron ore fines, flue dust, mill scale, limestone and dolomite fines) produced by Mines and Steel Plants, by heating at lower temperature till clinker like aggregate is formed which is well suited as a blast furnace feed Skelp Steel that is the entry material to a pipe mill It resembles hot-rolled strip, but its properties allow for the severe forming and welding operations required for pipe production
A chemical sedimentary rock deposited by precipitation from mineral waters, especially siliceous sinter and calcareous sinter
clustering of clay particles that occurs when pottery is fired
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A process in which the particles of a powder are welded together by pressure and heating to a temperature below its melting point
sintered
formed into a mass by heat and pressure
sintered
past of sinter
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The process of causing a mixture of materials to become a coherent mass by heating without melting See fritting
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A process in which a finely divided ore is heated until it collects to form larger particles
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present participle of sinter
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Fusion of a spirally applied tape wrap jacket by the use of high heat to a homogeneous continuum Usually employed for fluorocarbon, non-extrudable materials
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{i} process of heating a material to just below the melting point so that it forms one solid mass
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The heating of a mass of fine particles (eg lead concentrates) below the melting point, causing agglomeration to form larger particles
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A process where the temperature of PTFE is raised to the point where PTFE particles soften and form a bond with each other
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Welding together of small particles of metal by applying heat at temperatures below the melting point. The process is used to form complex shapes, to produce alloys, and to allow work on metals with very high melting points. Sintering is also used in the preliminary molding of ceramic or glass powders into forms that can then be permanently fixed by firing. See also powder metallurgy
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The process of holding powders or granules at jus: below their melting point; the particles are then fused or stuo together but not melted
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Sintering is a process in which solid wastes are combined into a porous mass that can then be added to the blast furnace These wastes include iron ore fines, pollution control dust, coke breeze, water treatment plant sludge, and flux
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The welding together of powdered particles of a substance or mixture by heating to a temperature below the melting-point of the components The particles stick together and form a sinter
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The generalized process by which high surface area materials lose surface area without melting
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densification of a particulate ceramic compact involving a removal of the pores between the starting particles (accompanied by equivalent shrinkage) combined with coalescence and strong bonding between adjacent particles
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the formation of a solid mass by heating to the point of fusion, but without complete vitrification
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Heating fine particles below the melting point to cause adhesion and densification
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The solidification and fusing of compressed powdered metal
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Fusion of a spirally applied tape wrap jacket by the use of high heat to a homogenous continuum Usually employed for fluorocarbon, non-extrudable materials
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The bonding of adjacent surfaces of particles in a mass of powders, usually metal, by heating
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Melting of powder into solid state
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sinter tesisi
(Askeri) sinter plant
kalk-sinter
(Jeoloji) calc-sinter
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