Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 51, No. 3, 2010 INVENTIONS Review prepared by the editorial staff of Novye Ogneupory Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 5, pp. 66 – 67, May, 2010. A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ARTICLES 200 – 300, 500 – 600, and 700 – 800°C, and the process is FROM COMPOSITE HIGH-ALUMINA completed in the interval of complete transition of the octa- NANOCERAMIC hedrite form of titanium dioxide into rutile (1500 – 1600°C). The technical result of the invention is that a nanodimen- B. L. Krasnyi, V. P. Tarasovskii, A. S. En’ko, sional structure that governs the mechanical strength and and A. B. Krasnyi thermal stability of articles under nonstationary thermal op- Patent RU 2351571 erational conditions (cf. Table 1) is obtained. IPC C04B35/111, B82B3/00 Inventions Bulletin: Utility Models, No. 10, 664 (2009). The invention belongs to the class of ceramic materials based on aluminum oxide with the use of colloidal gel solu- tion methods of obtaining composite materials and may be employed in the process of manufacturing articles that are re- A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ARTICLES sistant to the action of dynamic and static loads and with FROM A CARBON-CERAMIC COMPOSITE high thermal stability. In accordance with
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