Superplasticity is defined as viscoplastic deformation of a material in a special ultra-fine-grained structural state. Modern fine ceramics with submicrometer structural components are polycrystalline materials that can exhibit superplasticity under certain temperature and rate conditions. The prospects for industrial use of the effect of superplasticity in pressure treatment of ceramics are analyzed on the basis of results of research of the last decade. It is shown that the property of superplasticity makes it possible to manufacture preforms by virtually any of the known methods of hot pressure treatment of bulk and sheet preforms.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 22, 2007
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