The effect of Ti, Mo, and Ni additives on the properties of ceramics based on monoclinic zirconia was studied. The samples were prepared from fused or sintered zirconia, fired at 1450°C in a vacuum furnace. The densest and strongest ceramics were obtained from fused zirconia modified by adding 10 or 15% Ti, Mo, or Ni. The parameters of the refractories were as follows: open porosity, 17.6–19.9%, compressive strength, 195 MPa (10% Ni additive), 270–280 MPa (Mo additive), 326–485 MPa (Ti additive).
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 26, 2007
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