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Study of Sintering of Ceramics by means of High-Temperature Dilatometry

MACA, K., HADRABA, H., CIHLÁŘ, J.

Originální název

Study of Sintering of Ceramics by means of High-Temperature Dilatometry

Anglický název

Study of Sintering of Ceramics by means of High-Temperature Dilatometry

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en

Originální abstrakt

The kinetics of sintering of ceramic materials based on alumina , zirconia and of their composites was studied by means of the high-temperature dilatometer. It was found that the alumina-based ceramics sintered at higher temperatures than those based on zirconia, that at a heating rate of 10C/min the resultant theoretical densities were comparable to those obtained at rates of 5C or 2C/min, and that the resultant relative densities were higher with materials prepared by cold isostatic pressing than with those prepared by injection moulding. With the alumina and zirconia-based materials, the values of linear thermal expansion coefficients were identical with those specified in the literature.

Anglický abstrakt

The kinetics of sintering of ceramic materials based on alumina , zirconia and of their composites was studied by means of the high-temperature dilatometer. It was found that the alumina-based ceramics sintered at higher temperatures than those based on zirconia, that at a heating rate of 10C/min the resultant theoretical densities were comparable to those obtained at rates of 5C or 2C/min, and that the resultant relative densities were higher with materials prepared by cold isostatic pressing than with those prepared by injection moulding. With the alumina and zirconia-based materials, the values of linear thermal expansion coefficients were identical with those specified in the literature.

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@article{BUT38969,
  author="Karel {Maca} and Hynek {Hadraba} and Jaroslav {Cihlář}",
  title="Study of Sintering of Ceramics by means of High-Temperature Dilatometry",
  annote="The kinetics of sintering of ceramic materials based on alumina , zirconia  and of their composites was studied by means of the high-temperature dilatometer. It was found that the alumina-based ceramics sintered at higher temperatures than those based on zirconia, that at a heating rate of 10C/min the resultant theoretical densities were comparable to those obtained at rates of 5C or 2C/min, and that the resultant relative densities were higher with materials prepared by cold isostatic pressing than with those prepared by injection moulding. With the alumina and zirconia-based materials, the values of linear  thermal expansion coefficients were identical with those specified in the literature.",
  address="Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic",
  chapter="38969",
  institution="Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic",
  journal="Ceramics-Silikáty",
  number="4",
  volume="42",
  year="1998",
  month="january",
  pages="151",
  publisher="Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic",
  type="journal article - other"
}