By Roy W. Rice
Bridging the distance among textbook technological know-how and real-world engineering and operational purposes, this reference provides accomplished and easy-to-follow summaries and reviews of fabrication strategies for ceramic and ceramic composite specimens and elements. the writer addresses either traditional and replacement powder-based fabrication, chemical vapor deposition, soften processing, and response processing. subject matters comprise the practise of ceramic powders, plastic forming, colloidal processing, using ingredients to help densification, sizzling urgent, the fabrication of filaments for reinforcement, speedy prototyping, and gaseous impurities.
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Preparation of Ceramic Powders 31 The above effects of local gaseous atmosphere within the powder mass being calcined has significant, widely neglected effects on calcining practice, since much of the atmosphere arises from the calcining process itself. Thus, the calcining furnace atmosphere only affects the actual atmosphere in the powder mass to the extent that the gas from calcining diffuses out of, and the furnace atmosphere diffuses into, the powder mass. This counterexchange of gaseous atmospheres is a function of the powder masses being calcined, their physical size and shape, particle packing (which is a function of particle size and shape, humidity, and powder mass), the amount and character of the gases released, the stage of calcining, and the gas flow and circulation in the furnace and around the powder masses.
M. Schoenung. The economics of silicon carbide whisker fabrication. Cer. & Eng. Sci. Proc. 12(9-10):1943-1951, 1991. E. Conabee. The business of technology: integrating marketing, R & D, manufacturing, and sales (marketing perspective). Cer. Eng. Sci. Proc. 10(7-8):685-692, 1989. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Copyright © 2003 Marcel Dekker, Inc. 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND Ceramic powders are the basic starting materials for the majority of fabrication processes for producing components and samples of both monolithic and composite ceramics.
While this is often more applicable to nonoxides derived from preceramic polymers, it has some applicability to oxides. Another alternative to precipitation of ceramic precursor salts to prepare ceramic powders is via sol-gel processing. This basically entails conversion of a "sol solution" to a rigid solid or to solid particles in a liquid via gelling, the latter similar to precipitation. This has a variety of manifestations depending, in part, on whether the sol is based on alkoxides or on stabilization of colloidal particles of hydrated oxides or hydroxides in water.