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Published by American Ceramic Society in Westerville, OH .
Written in English


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Statementeditor C. DiAntonio.
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Paginationviii, 126 p. :
Number of Pages126
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Open LibraryOL22616432M
ISBN 101574981781

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Reiterer, M.; Kraft, T.; Riedel, H.; Application of a microstructure-based model for sintering and creep; Ceramic Transactions , Characterization and Modeling to Control Sintered Ceramic Microstructures and Properties: Proceedings of the th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic   Microstructures of reactively sintered micro B 4 C-TiB 2 and micro/nano B 4 C-TiB 2 composites are compared with varying TiB 2 phase volume fractions in Fig. 11; the polished surfaces (see inserts) provide the TiB 2 grain size information, while the etched surface in Fig. 11 provide defined B 4 C grains and their ://   The quality of the as-printed and as-sintered samples including dimensional accuracy, volume shrinkage, porosity and mechanical properties are determined. The influence of particle size of the prepared cordierite slurries, the predefined sliced layer thickness and the exposure time on the sample quality are evaluated via orthogonal :// Saso Sturm, Boštjan Jančar, in Advanced Ceramics for Dentistry, Microstructure characterization of advanced ceramics involves qualitative and quantitative analysis of surface topography, porosity, crystal defects, and interfaces. The structure of the surface controls interaction of ceramics with its surroundings, such as adhesion, gas adsorption, and electron exchange, which play an

  4 図書 Characterization and modeling to control sintered ceramic microstructures and properties: proceedings of the th annual meeting of The American Ceramic American Ceramic Society. Meeting, DiAntonio, C. :// Thereby, with a selection of the optimal parameters for the hybrid SPS process we were able to obtain a uniform microstructure in the sintered ceramic sample with a complex shape. The machining test shows (Table 2) that the tool life of the ceramic cutting inserts with a complex shape (square cross section) was min, and the tool life for   DiAntonio, C.B. ; American Ceramic Society -ACerS-, Westerville/Ohio: Characterization and modeling to control sintered ceramic microstructures and properties: Proceedings of the th annual meeting of the American Ceramic Society, in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 18 - 21, Characterization and Modeling to Control Sintered Ceramic Microstructures and Properties: Proceedings of the th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA by C. DiAntonio (Editor)