Properties of Different Aluminum Oxide Powders and Ceramics Made from Them
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Different aluminum oxide powders CL 370, CT 1200 SG and CT 3000 SG of Almatis GmbH (Germany) were studied to determine their service ability for obtaining dense-sintered products by hot injection molding. The manufacturing technology parameters for given powders were experimentally determined and properties of ceramic materials thus obtained were investigated. The products manufactured according to the selected technology were transferred to customers for further testing.
Keywordsaluminum oxide powders fractional composition alumina ceramics casting capacity microstructure
The work was carried out with the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation as part of the State Task No. 11.5987.2017/VU to perform the work “Organization of Scientific Research” (Publication number: 11.5987.2017/6.7) using the equipment of the Center for collective use “High technology in mechanical engineering” (TsKP NTM) of the Moscow Polytechnic University.
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