Applied Chemistry
Seepage (pulling of liquid metal into the pores of another metal by capillary forces)

Frank Invercor

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 125-130

  Percolation is a process similar to sintering with a liquid phase, except that here the solid phase is first formed in a porous molded body, and the solid metal phase is formed from the outside during sintering and is allowed to permeate the porous system. Additional shrinkage can be prevented by liquid ...  Read More