Features are studied for sintering materials prepared by semidry compaction using potassium polytitanate as a precursor powder, modified with cobalt compounds and given preliminary heat treatment at 700°C. Phase composition, thermomechanical and electrophysical properties of ceramic specimens synthesized at 700, 950, and 1100°C are studied. The mechanism of processes occurring during sintering the ceramic studied at different temperatures and its effect of ceramic properties is studied. It is shown that at 700°C optimum properties are exhibited by ceramic specimens sintered below 750°C. The possibility is considered of using ceramic of this type within the composition of thermoelectric and thermoelectrochemical units intended for energy accumulation from dissipated heat of metallurgical production furnace equipment.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 3, 2016
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