The improvement of the performance of tungsten-copper alloy is a concern of modern manufacturers. The alloy is a uniformly mixed structure of two-phase monomers of tungsten and copper. It is neither miscible nor intermetallic. It is a typical pseudo alloy.
Tungsten-copper alloys can be used in many electrical appliances due to their high melting point, high conductivity, and good ablative resistance.
The morphological distribution of the tungsten-copper powder sintered material is uniformly distributed on the copper substrate with tungsten as a skeleton. Due to the high melting point and high hardness of tungsten W, the ultimate tensile strength of tungsten at 1000 ° C is still 50kgf / mm2