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      Cold compaction; fracture; powder technology; mechanical properties; cracking cone.

    • Abstract

       

      Cold uniaxial pressing of powder into a green body is a common forming process used in ceramic and pharmaceutical industries. Argillaceous particles are used as a model system to investigate granule failure during compaction. Indeed, the volume enclosed between the die and punches is reduced and the powder consolidates until a final height is obtained or a prescribed compacting pressure is reached. Desired properties of the green body are high strength, uniform density, no defects and fracture. In this work an experimental investigation has been focused on the `cracking cone’ fracture in powder compacts. This includes studies of crack propagation and determination of operating conditions to avoid the green body fracture. The numerical modelling is implemented using a finite element method based on the Von Mises criterion. A case of simulation is presented to demonstrate the ability of the model to compute the distribution of the relative stresses.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      Saïd Abid1 2 Mohamed Bouaziz2 Hatem Ksibi1

      1. Sfax University, IPEIS, P. Box 1172, Sfax 3018, Tunisia
      2. ENIS, P. Box $\langle$W$\rangle$, Sfax 3038, Tunisia
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