Effect of Temperature on the Densification/creep Viscosity During Sintering
The densification and creep rates of polycrystalline zinc oxide and of alumina powder compacts have been measured simultaneously in a loading dilatometer, under constant heating rate and constant temperature conditions. The data show that the ratio of the densification to the creep rate is remarkably constant within a wide temperature range for densification, from the earliest stages of densification to at least the onset of the final stage. As a consequence, the ratio of the densification to the creep viscosity is nearly independent of temperature or sintered density. The analysis leads to a simple method for determining the simultaneous densification over the creep rate ratio. The implications of the result for the processing of heterogeneous ceramics and composites are discussed.
M. Chu et al., "Effect of Temperature on the Densification/creep Viscosity During Sintering," Acta Metallurgica Sinica (English Letters), Elsevier, Jan 1989.
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