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3D Microanalysis of Porous Copper Using FIB-Tomography in Combination with X-ray Computed Tomography

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[1] Ahmed, Y.M.Z., et al Correlation between factors controlling preparation of porous copper via sintering technique using experimental design. Powder Technology 175 2007). p. 4854.
[2] Wang, B. & Zhang, E. On the compressive behavior of sintered porous copper with low-to-medium porosities - Part II: Preparation and microstructure. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 50 2008). p. 550558.
[3] Banhart, J. ‘Manufacture, characterization and application of cellular metals and metal foams’. Progress in Materials Science 46 2001). p. 559632.
[4] Ashby, M.F., Evans, A.G., Fleck, N.A., Gibson, L.J., Hutchinson, J.W. & Wadley, H.N.G. Metal Foams: A Design Guide. Butterworth-Heinemann 1 ed 2000.
[5] Financial support from FFG , Produktion der Zukunft (No. 853467 “ProQualiKu”) and by the Austrian Federal Government (in particular from Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie and Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft) represented by Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH and the Styrian and the Tyrolean Provincial Government, represented by Steirische Wirtschaftsförderungsgesellschaft mbH and Standortagentur Tirol, within the framework of the COMET Funding Programme (No. 837900) is also gratefully acknowledged.

3D Microanalysis of Porous Copper Using FIB-Tomography in Combination with X-ray Computed Tomography

  • A. Wijaya (a1), B. Eichinger (a2) (a3), J. Rose (a1), B. Sartory (a1), M. Mischitz (a3) and R. Brunner (a1)...

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