Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 41, Nos. 9 – 10, 2000 UDC 666. 762.5 1 1 1 A. V. Shevchenko, A. K. Ruban, and E. V. Dudnik Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 9, pp.2–8, September, 2000. High-workable oxide ceramic materials based on ZrO properties of such transformation-toughened materials are are characterized by a unique combination of high strength, improved due to the martensitic transformation of the grains fracture toughness, resistance to the effect of aggressive che - of metastable T-ZrO into M-ZrO at the tip of the propagat- 2 2 mical media, low thermal conductivity, and special electro - ing crack, which is accompanied by volume expansion and physical properties. These materials possess substantially en the development of shear strain; the latter increase the vol- hanced fracture toughness, strength, and resistance to ther ume of the process zone (i.e., the zone of occurrence of the mal shocks due to the realization of a martensitic phase T-ZrO M-ZrO phase transformation). Therefore, the ca- 2 2 transformation of tetragonal zirconia (T-ZrO ) into its mono 2 pacity of metastable grains of T-ZrO for metastable trans- clinic modification (M-ZrO ). The effect of the transforma 2 formation in the
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