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A paraffin-based process that results in high-strength bimaterial ceramic layered composites is reported. The process facilitates rolling, folding, and shape retention at room temperature and allows the transition from a laminar to a cellular microstructure during deformation. The strength of sintered alumina/zirconia/alumina composites reached 700 MPa, higher than that of conventional zirconia-toughened alumina composites containing dispersed particles.
Dakskobler, A., Kosmac, T., & Chen, I. (2002). Paraffin-Based Process for Producing Layered Composites with Cellular Microstructures. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/mse_papers/38
Date Posted: 03 December 2004
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