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Layered ceramic composites via control of electrophoretic deposition kinetics

Originální název

Layered ceramic composites via control of electrophoretic deposition kinetics

Anglický název

Layered ceramic composites via control of electrophoretic deposition kinetics

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article summarises optimisation of electrophoretic deposition of alumina and zirconia from concentrated isopropanolic suspensions stabilised by monochloracetic acid. Method for in situ monitoring of deposited mass was developed and experimentally checked. Prediction of electrophoretic deposition kinetics was based on the voltage drop measurement and electrophoretic mobility estimation from experimental kinetics data. It was shown that voltage change during electrophoretic deposition did not affect relative density of the deposited layers in the laminates prepared. For this purpose a method of the relative density measurement using the microscopic measurement of relative shrinkage of individual layers was developed. Accuracy of the method was confirmed by comparison with shrinkage measurement using high temperature dilatometry. Adopting obtained results the alumina/zirconia laminate with precise control of layers thicknesses and final densities was prepared

Anglický abstrakt

The article summarises optimisation of electrophoretic deposition of alumina and zirconia from concentrated isopropanolic suspensions stabilised by monochloracetic acid. Method for in situ monitoring of deposited mass was developed and experimentally checked. Prediction of electrophoretic deposition kinetics was based on the voltage drop measurement and electrophoretic mobility estimation from experimental kinetics data. It was shown that voltage change during electrophoretic deposition did not affect relative density of the deposited layers in the laminates prepared. For this purpose a method of the relative density measurement using the microscopic measurement of relative shrinkage of individual layers was developed. Accuracy of the method was confirmed by comparison with shrinkage measurement using high temperature dilatometry. Adopting obtained results the alumina/zirconia laminate with precise control of layers thicknesses and final densities was prepared

BibTex


@article{BUT101045,
  author="Hynek {Hadraba} and Daniel {Drdlík} and Zdeněk {Chlup} and Karel {Maca} and Ivo {Dlouhý} and Jaroslav {Cihlář}",
  title="Layered ceramic composites via control of electrophoretic deposition kinetics",
  annote="The article summarises optimisation of electrophoretic deposition of alumina and zirconia from concentrated isopropanolic suspensions stabilised by monochloracetic acid. Method for in situ monitoring of deposited mass was developed and experimentally checked. Prediction of electrophoretic
deposition kinetics was based on the voltage drop measurement and electrophoretic mobility estimation from experimental kinetics data. It was
shown that voltage change during electrophoretic deposition did not affect relative density of the deposited layers in the laminates prepared. For this
purpose a method of the relative density measurement using the microscopic measurement of relative shrinkage of individual layers was developed.
Accuracy of the method was confirmed by comparison with shrinkage measurement using high temperature dilatometry. Adopting obtained results
the alumina/zirconia laminate with precise control of layers thicknesses and final densities was prepared",
  chapter="101045",
  number="12",
  volume="33",
  year="2013",
  month="october",
  pages="2305--2312",
  type="journal article - other"
}