The present paper is devoted to the prospects of improving the reproducibility of the structure and properties of ceramics from the standpoint of synergetics i.e., the science of self-organization of systems. The aim of the production process consists in eliminating undesirable bifurcations in the region of which it is impossible to predict the ways of further evolution of the system or determining the conditions under which the phenomena of self-organization will lead to a better reproducibility. A preliminarily controlled creation of structural components that will be used by the system as dissipative elements seems to be an effective means. The intensification of the production processes, for example, the use of highly disperse powders, increases the degree of their nonequilibrium and can decrease the reproducibility.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 27, 2007
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