Johan Wendel

Doctoral Student at Materials and manufacture

Johan’s research project is about metal injection molding with focus on sintering aspects of metal powders. The main objectives are to investigate the mechanisms causing distortions in components and to understand how powder characteristics such as surface chemistry and size distribution affect the sintering behavior.


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Moisture content analysis of metal powders, using oven desorption followed by Karl Fischer titration

P. Mellin, Tommy Zavalis, Linnea Tingö et al
Euro PM 2018 Congress and Exhibition
Paper in proceedings

Effect of heating rate and process atmosphere on the thermodynamics and kinetics of the sintering of pre-alloyed water-atomized powder metallurgy steels

Eduard Hryha, Johan Wendel
Journal of the American Ceramic Society. Vol. 102 (Special Issue) (2), p. 748-756
Journal article

Surface analysis of fine water-atomized iron powder and sintered material

Johan Wendel, Ruslan Shvab, Yu Cao et al
Surface and Interface Analysis. Vol. 50 (11, ECASIA Special Issue), p. 1065-1071
Journal article

Influence of Iron Nanopowder Addition on Sintering of Water Atomized Iron Powder

Swathi Kiranmayee Manchili, Johan Wendel, Eduard Hryha et al
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Paper in proceedings

Oxide reduction and oxygen removal in water-atomized iron powder and its influence on sintering

Johan Wendel, Swathi Kiranmayee Manchili, Yu Cao et al
Proceedings of World PM 2018
Paper in proceedings

Effect of Powder Processing on the Sintering Mechanisms of Carbonyl and Water-atomized Iron Powders

Johan Wendel, Ruslan Shvab, Seshendra Karamchedu et al
World Powder Metallurgy 2016 Congress and Exhibition, World PM 2016; Hamburg; Germany; 9 October 2016 through 13 October 2016
Paper in proceedings

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