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Titanium Carbide (TiC) Production by Mechanical Alloying
This chapter presents the process for obtaining titanium carbides (TiC) from elemental powders of titanium dioxide, aluminum, and graphite by means of the mechanical alloying technique, using a semi-industrial attritor mill. Three grindings were performing: a wet, a dry, and a vacuum grinding. The mass relations between grinding elements and powders used were 20:1 to wet grinding and 40:1 to dry and vacuum grinding. Each grinding took 36 h with a control stop at 18 h. The samples were analyzeddoi:10.5772/intechopen.76690 fatcat:zdy6rdaecjgihmuk7n3kipbcbm