The Structure and Properties of Ceramics, Obtained from Mixtures of the System ZrO2–Al–C

The Structure and Properties of Ceramics, Obtained from Mixtures of the System ZrO2–Al–C

S.I. Dzhelialov

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Abstract. The paper presents the results of the analysis of the structures of materials obtained as a result of hot pressing of mixtures of the ZrO2(m) –Al – С system of various compositions. The nature of the change in the composition and physical and mechanical properties of the obtained materials was established depending on the concentration of aluminum and carbon in the initial mixture, as well as the parameters of hot pressing.

Ceramic Materials, Cutting Ceramic, Zirconium Oxide, Aluminum, Carbon, Hardness, Strength, Hot Pressing, Structural Analyses

Published online 1/5/2022, 10 pages
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Citation: S.I. Dzhelialov, The Structure and Properties of Ceramics, Obtained from Mixtures of the System ZrO2–Al–C, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 450-459, 2022


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