Data are studied and summarized for sintering kinetics of different zirconium dioxide powders, stabilized with yttrium and cerium oxides. It is shown that a study of pressed (or prepared by other compaction methods) billets in a SENTSYS Evolution 24 (Sentaram, France) thermomechanical analyzer/dilatometer makes it possible, without recourse to prolonged and energy consuming series of regimes in high-temperature furnaces, to optimize powder sintering parameters and makes it possible to predict the behavior of materials with different heat treatment conditions.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 15, 2013
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