Powder Metallurgy Review magazine: 2013 archive

The Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive offers free access to digital issues of the leading international magazine for the PM industry. All issues can be conveniently downloaded as PDF files, in either single page or double page format.


Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2013

Vol. 2 No. 4, Winter 2013

  • Titanium PM: Developments and opportunities in a sector poised for growth
  • Powder Metallurgy standards:Supporting the growth of a global industry
  • Euro PM2013 Gothenburg:High performance lubricants, heat treatments and crack detection
  • Japan’s award winning PM parts reflect an evolving automotive industry

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2013

Vol. 2 No. 3, Autumn 2013

  • North America’s PM industry: The challenges of an evolving automotive market
  • Plansee Seminar 2013: The global refractory metals and hard materials industry meets in Austria
  • PowderMet 2013: State of the North American Powder Metallurgy industry
  • MPIF 2013 award winning PM parts
  • Soft Magnetic Composites in the development of a new compact transversal flux electric motor

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2013

Vol. 2 No. 2, Summer 2013

  • Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) of large PM products: An industry poised for growth
  • Developments in European powder compaction technology present new opportunities for PM
  • Germany’s PM community meets at the 2012 Hagen Symposium
  • PM-13: India’s annual PM conference and exhibition attracts an international audience
  • JPMA award winning parts offer an insight into PM technology in Japan
  • Novel routes to high density ferrous Powder Metallurgy compacts

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Powder Metallurgy Review magazine archive 2013

Vol. 2 No. 1, Spring 2013

  • Japan’s Powder Metallurgy industry: Overview and current status
  • Changes at GKN as Peter Oberparleiter becomes new CEO of the PM division
  • PM2012 World Congress: An overview of the global Powder Metallurgy industry
  • Developments in ferrous PM materials at PM2012 Yokohama
  • JFE Steel broadens iron powder range for high performance Powder Metallurgy parts
  • Innovations in hardmetals processing and characterisation at Euro PM2012

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As well as an extensive Powder Metallurgy industry news section, this 120-page issue includes the following exclusive articles and reports:

  • Tesla teardown: Identifying potential uses for PM in electric vehicle transmissions
  • Can European research still claim to be ‘world class’? Prof José M Torralba on the changed PM research base
  • How to make metal powders. Part 1: An introduction to atomisation, process fundamentals and powder characteristics
  • Starting out in powder production: The story of Fomas Group’s Mimete metal powder business
  • The creation of a Powder Metallurgy market leader: China’s NBTM New Materials Group Co., Ltd.
  • Tungsten heavy alloys: An exploration of how key property combinations enable better mechanical performance
  • Pharmaceuticals and PM are closer than you think: A new approach to understanding powder compaction and tablet characterisation
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