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Influence of zinc loss during the sintering on permeability/inductance of ferrite ceramics
Kvapilová, Vendula ; Ptáček, Petr (referee) ; Šoukal, František (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the investigation of the effect of zinc release during ferritic sintering on the permeability/inductance of ferrite ceramics. The theoretical part deals with the position of ferrites among other ceramic materials. It describes the basic characteristics of ferrites, their crystal structure and finally the problems that are directly related to their production and which fundamentally affect the magnetic properties of ferrites. In the second part of the work, the influence of the temperature and time of sintering and the position of the cores in the furnace during firing on the loss of zinc from the sample and subsequently on the electromagnetic properties of the prepared test specimens from industrial raw material mixtures was investigated. These are initial experiments, which will be followed by further research aimed at eliminating the problem of zinc loss in the production of Mn-Zn ferrites.
The effect of modification of cermic surface on the sintering of advanced ceramic materials
Vykydal, Adam ; Spusta, Tomáš (referee) ; Pouchlý, Václav (advisor)
This thesis is focused on the effect of modification of ceramic surface on the sintering of the advanced ceramic materials. To modify the surface of ceramic materiál was used method atomic layer deposition. For the research we used materiál TiO2 and materiál TiO2, which was modified using gas in an ALD chamber. To determine the appropriate sintering temperature we used high-temperature dilatometry, where we found that the sintering temperature is about 800 °C. Moreover, the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) was determined using subsequent calculation with the data of shrinkage from sintering densification curve. The samples were placed in a kiln where they were sintered on the mentioned temperature on four different dwell times to find effective dwell time for the best value of density of material. Using a scanning electron microscope, the surface-modified material was found to have a uniform structure when sintered to 800 ° C. At a sintering temperature of 1500 ° C, it can be observed that the ZrO2 did not remain only at the grain boundaries, but is more or less evenly distributed. The core-shell structure was not preserved in the structure, however ZrO2 was agglomerated into particles and in the vicinity of these particles titanium dioxide and zirconia react according to the phase diagram. Based on the diagram, it can be stated that this is the ZrTiO4 phase. The occurrence and size of this pase can be verified by RTG analysis.
Mechanical properties of a novel magnesium WN43 alloy prepared by spark plasma sintering
Greš, Adam ; Knapek, Michal (advisor) ; Dobroň, Patrik (referee)
Title: Mechanical properties of a novel magnesium WN43 alloy prepared by spark plasma sintering Author: Adam Greš Department: Department of Physics of Materials Supervisor: RNDr. Michal Knapek, Ph.D., Department of Physics of Materials Abstract: Properties such as low modulus of elasticity, low toxicity, and biode- gradability make magnesium alloys interesting candidates for medical applicati- ons. To avoid potentially harmful effects of rare earth mischmetal present in the commercial WE43 alloys, it has been replaced in this study with pure neody- mium, which exhibits lower toxicity. To achieve high control over the material microstructure, it was prepared using the spark plasma sintering technique. This study focuses on exploring the mechanical properties of the novel WN43 alloy using compression and tensile testing accompanied by the acoustic emission tech- nique. Ultimate compressive strength and ductility were observed to improve significantly with higher sintering temperatures. In order to obtain better insi- ghts into microscopic aspects of the deformation mechanisms, EBSD images of the samples were taken at multiple points during deformation. It was shown that around the yield point twin nucleation produces strong acoustic emission signal, while later stages of deformation are mostly accommodated by...
Lining of the induction furnaces
Kopečný, Vendelín ; Pernica, Vítězslav (referee) ; Myška, Martin (advisor)
This work deals with lining of electric induction furnaces. The first part describes the preparation of lining, its function during the running of furnace and also its tearing down at the end of work process. In the thesis is also discussed the use of rammed crucibles. The materials used for lining and rammed crucibles are described also in the sense of their chemical properties in connection with the possibilities of their use under different conditions. The practical part of the thesis describes the process of lining the electric induction furnace, which was realized by the author under the supervision of the supervisor.
Machining of ceramic bodies using CAD-CAM
Kaplan, Lukáš ; Částková, Klára (referee) ; Kaštyl, Jaroslav (advisor)
The literature part of bachelor's thesis deals with ceramic materials based on Al2O3 and ZrO2, methods of sample preparation for consequent machining, different methods of machining, especially the technology of CNC machining in non-sintered and sintered state with their comparison. The thesis presents possible examples of the use of ceramic parts. The experimental part of the thesis deals with the machining of ceramic based on ZrO2 using different types of ceramic powders, methods of preparation and the choice of the sintered temperature in relation to its properties. The best results were achieved with SZ-3Y ceramic material sintered at 1550 °C for 2 hours, strength values were 1203 MPa, roughness of surface Ra was 126 nm a grain size was 382 nm.
Ceramic dental restoration milling from stock based on ZrO2
Ščasnovič, Erik ; Spusta, Tomáš (referee) ; Kaštyl, Jaroslav (advisor)
In this bachelor thesis, the theoretical overview about the milling of the dental zirconia blanks was performed. The tests of biaxial flexural strength were evaluated in the experimental part, as well as the roughness and the grain size in sintered state and the linear shrinkage was determined. These tests were done for gel cast blanks from zirconia dioxide prepared in laboratories and also for two types of commercially available zirconia oxide blanks fabricated by cold isostatic pressing. The relationship between strength and grain size was shown. The samples prepared from gel cast blanks had statistically significantly higher strength than samples from commercial blanks. At the end of the thesis, the milling of dental crown was carried out based on real tooth model from gel cast zirconia blank studied in this thesis.
The Technology Of Ceramic Packages
Skácel, Josef
This paper deals with the technology of ceramic packages. The first part is about ceramic in general. The next part is focused on used material Nabaltec and advantages of this type of technology i.e. ceramic powder pressing followed by the milling of the pressed ceramic and shows disadvantages of this technology step. The inspection was done by SEM pictures and shows the difference between sintered and unsintered ceramic. The last part is a simulation with 120mW power load and shows temperature distribution on the ceramic package compared with mold compound as the packaging material.
Preparation of Mg-Al based bulk materials via powder metallurgy
Jakůbek, Zdeněk ; Fintová, Stanislava (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on preparation of Mg-Al based bulk materials via powder metallurgy. The bulk materials were prepared by cold pressing, cold pressing followed by sintering, cold pressing followed by sintering and artificial aging, SPS (spark plasma sintering), SPS followed by solution annealing, SPS followed by solution annealing and artificial aging. The prepared materials were characterized in terms of microstructure and physical and mechanical properties. The properties of the prepared materials differed depending on the method of preparation and Al content. All materials after heat treatment were consisted of solid solution (Mg), intermetallic phase Mg17Al12 and MgO. The composition of the materials depended on Al content. Sintering by the SPS method resulted in material with better mechanical properties compared to materials whose first step of preparation was cold pressing.
Powder metalurgically prepared materials based on Zn and Ca
Morcinek, Tomáš ; Krystýnová, Michaela (referee) ; Doležal, Pavel (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is a process of preparation and characterization of bulk material from zinc and calcium powder mixture by hot pressing. Materials thus prepared were evaluated in terms of their microstructure and physical-mechanical properties. The influence of calcium content in the material on physical-mechanical properties of the resulting structure was observed. The solution is focused on exploration of the influence of material composition in the process of preparation of bulk material, and description of these processes from the physical-chemical point of view on the structure formation and the resulting properties of the material.
Influence of plasma activation of ceramic particles on ceramic technology and properties
Klevetová, Tereza ; Ráheľ,, Jozef (referee) ; Pouchlý, Václav (advisor)
This thesis is focused on the study of the influence of plasma activation of powder ceramic materials on sintered microstructure. In this experiment Diffuse Coplanar Surface Barrier Discharge (DSCBD) device was used for plasma treatment and two materials were chosen to be investigated – Al2O3 (TAI) and ZrO2 doped with 3 mol % Y2O3 (TZ). Two methods of powders dispergation in suspension were used – ultrasound and ball milling. The effect of using of DCSBD on alumina and zirconia powders was investigated by mercury intrusion porosimetry, dilatometry and by evaluation of final relative densities and grain sizes. Generally, was investigated that plasma surface activation of ceramic particles has measurable influence on the final microstructure. In comparison with the non-plasma treated alumina powders, plasma activated powders disperged with ultrasound and ball milling achieved lower values of grain size at comparable relative densities. In case of zirconia powders was observed that plasma treated powders achieve higher relative densities, if ultrasound was used. On the other hand, plasma treated zirconia powders disperged with ball milling achieve lower relative densities compared with non-plasma treated zirconia powders. Final sintering trajectory of plasma treated TZ powders disperged with ultrasound is comparable to the sintering trajectory of non-plasma treated zirconia powders disperged with ball milling and vice versa. Plasma surface treatment is the way of more ecological friendly preparation of suspension and its stabilization than the conventional stabilization methods using chemical additives.

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