Conditions for obtaining and characteristics of lead-free passive elements for high energy impact
Compression was carried out of modified copper powder workpieces at a pre-determined value of the pressure. High temperature sintering of the workpieces in a neutral medium at a temperature of 1,000°C was performed. A high density metal-ceramic composite material was obtained. Its structure and physico-chemical parameters were determined. Lead-free prototypes were created, corresponding to the weight and dimensions of the reference standard lead passive elements for high energy impact.