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This conclusion was confirmed by SEM observations and neck growth kinetics considerations. However, silica was reduced too rapidly and densities higher than 65 % could not be reached(8). In this paper, the influence of the sample size on silica reduction kinetics and compact densification is investigated. With increasing the compact diameter, silica reduction and grain coarsening is prevented in the compact core and a significant increase in the final density is measured. 7 m2 g"1) estimated from BET specific surface area measurements (Micromeritics ASAP 2020).
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The binder powders Co and Ni were supplied by Umicore and Inco, respectively. The grain size was determined using the Fischer Sub Sieve Sizer (FSSS) (Table II) and diffraction laser particle size analyser (Figure 2). The O, C and N contents were measured by carrier gas hot extraction. Table I. Composition of the cermets I and II fine submicron Ti(C,N) Ti(C,N) „ . I(wt%) 59 GradeA II(wt%) 59 Table 11. 6 Figure 1. 1 1 G r a i n size S μηι Figure 2. Ti(C,N) powders, cumulative (left) and differential (right) grain size distribution Preparation of green bodies After weighing the powders, the blends were mixed and milled for 72h in a ball-mill filled with hardmetal balls and cyclohexane.
Advances in Sintering Science and Technology II: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 232 by Suk-Joong L. Kang, Rajendra Bordia, Eugene A. Olevsky, Didier Bouvard