Production of fiber-reinforced zirconium ceramics by the sol-gel method
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The effect of adding fibers of partially stabilized zirconia to ZrO2 gel and the temperatures of its treatment on the structure and properties of ceramics is considered. It is shown that the structure and properties of ceramics from ZrO2 can be controlled by changing the annealing temperature of the preform.
KeywordsPolymer Zirconia Zirconium Ceramic
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