D S Patil
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 17 Issue 7 December 1994 pp 1435-1439
Al2O3:ZrO2 ceramics have been prepared from physically mixed pure oxide powders. The results indicate that careful processing of the starting powders and a two-stage sintering process can avoid expensive processing methods like hot pressing/hot isostatic pressing used for achieving high densification. The mechanical properties were measured and the resultant microstructure studied to explain the toughening behaviour of this material.
Volume 17 Issue 7 December 1994 pp 1441-1446
Sintering of yttria-containing tetragonal zirconia polycrystal (Y-TZP) ceramics was performed in a single-mode cylindrical cavity applicator CMPR-250 operating at 2·45 GHz in the TM012 mode. High heating rates at low power levels were achieved. Rapid heating and cooling resulted in a fine-grain microstructure.
High-purity submicron Y-TZP powders were sintered from an initial green density of 60% to final sintered density close to the theoretical density. Microwave sintering offers potential for improving microstructural properties through controlled development of uniform microstructure.
Volume 19 Issue 1 February 1996 pp 115-121
This paper describes the method of producing plasma sprayed coatings of hydroxy apatite (HA) on metallic substrates of Ti-6Al-4V. Hydroxy apatite is a material which has similar composition to that of the mineral phase of the human bone. Poor mechanical properties however inhibits its use in the load bearing applications. The powders prepared in our laboratory are sprayed using a plasma spray torch operating in ambient. The deposited coatings are charaterized by X-ray diffraction and found to retain HA in the coatings as per requirements.
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