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In this study the microstructure features of ternary powder compacts of different size ratios and various volume fractions are investigated. Particle compacts are generated by particle growth model using a discrete element method approach. The particles of three different sizes are placed randomly without overlap in a 3D box at given volume fractions. Then, the particle sizes increase to reach the desired particle size. The microstructural properties of powder compacts are analysed using adoi:10.3303/cet1974065 doaj:525bc850f6b24e77bf4be494654a88d0 fatcat:qm7xbdsgdfa23a7g33vjmjcktu