The role of structural elements in high-temperature creep of ceramics is investigated. In accordance with the decline of the action, the former are arranged in the following sequence: macropores, inclusions of low-melting phases, especially of the glass phase, micropores, crystal boundaries, especially those passing through the micropores, block boundaries (dislocation ones), dislocations, and vacancies. The behavior of the material is determined by the presence of coarse defects. Up to a certain limit, the content of impurities can influence the high-temperature creep insubstantially.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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