Effect of Heat Treatment on Structural and Mechanical Properties of Alloyed Fused Alumina

Effect of Heat Treatment on Structural and Mechanical Properties of Alloyed Fused Alumina

Yu. Bagaiskov, N. Ushakov

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Abstract. Heat treatment of ceramic-bond grinding tools during manufacture takes place at temperature of abrasive grains up to 1250 °C, which results in variation of their phase composition, structure, and strength. Similar phenomena may take place during grinding caused by the occurring high-temperature processes. It primarily pertains to alloyed fused alumina. X-ray and topography testing, as well as studying of micromechanical properties made it clear that structural performance, material strength, and fracture pattern of single grains of Ti-containing fused alumina affected by temperature depend on the type and ratio of alloy additives in alumina and on the decomposition level of the Ti2O3 solid solution. In terms of aggregate properties, purple varieties of Cr-Ti fused alumina featuring the minimum TiO2/Cr2O3 ratio of 1.5 in the solid solution after heat treatment are preferable.

Fused Alumina, Alloying, Heat Treatment, Structure, Strength

Published online 1/5/2022, 5 pages
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Citation: Yu. Bagaiskov, N. Ushakov, Effect of Heat Treatment on Structural and Mechanical Properties of Alloyed Fused Alumina, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 71-75, 2022

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21741/9781644901755-13

The article was published as article 13 of the book Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment

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