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New Ceramic Nanocomposite Demonstrates High IR …

FESEM images of the Y 2 O 3-MgO composite ceramics spark plasma sintered at 1100 C (a), 1200 C (b), 1250 C (c), and 1300 C (d). Courtesy of FEFU press office. The material was manufactured from Y 2 O 3 and MgO nanopowders with controlled particle sizes.

Magnetic and thermal properties of perovskite YFeO3 …

Thermal diffusivity and the thermal conductivity are as large as 3.53 mm 2 /s and 11.27 W/(m K) at 298 K, respectively. Both of them show anomalies around the magnetic phase transition point. The average thermal expansion coefficients are -1.72 times 10 -6 K -1 and 2.28 times 10 -6 K -1 before and after Neel temperature, respectively.

Influence of Nanoparticles on Thermal and Electrical …

2020/3/27· high electrical conductivity, a large Seebeck coe ffi cient, and low thermal conductivity. This would result in a larger temperature di ff erence between the ends at which str ess is applied and

Handbook of Advanced Ceramics - 2nd Edition

2013/4/11· Description. This new handbook will be an essential resource for ceramicists. It includes contributions from leading researchers around the world and includes sections on Basic Science of Advanced Ceramics, Functional Ceramics (electro-ceramics and …

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Appliion of High-Voltage, Precision, Low-Power Max9943/Max9944 Operational Amplifier in Industrial Process Control Using ±20ma OR 4-20ma Current-Loop Systems Author: Ezeilo Chibuike J, Okolo Chidiebere C, Okeke Obinna, Okoye Ngozi B, Nebechi Shadrach I

High Temperature Coatings - 1st Edition

2007/1/23· Description. High Temperature Coatings demonstrates how to counteract the thermal effects of the rapid corrosion and degradation of exposed materials and equipment that can occur under high operating temperatures. This is the first true practical guide on the use of thermally-protective coatings for high-temperature appliions, including the

Wiley: Advances in High Temperature Ceramic Matrix …

The 9th International Conference on High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites (HTCMC 9) was held in Toronto, Canada, June 26-30, 2016 to discuss challenges and opportunities in manufacturing, commercialization, and appliions for these important

Superior thermoelectric performance in PbTe–PbS …

The highest figure of merit, viz., ZT ∼ 2.3 was obtained at 923 K, when the PbS phase-fraction, x, was 20%, which corresponds to the lowest lattice thermal conductivity of the series. The consistently lower lattice thermal conductivities in the SPSed samples as compared with the corresponding ingots originates from the mesostructured nature of the former, which contributes significantly to

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ZnO exhibits a harmonically vibrating lattice as a result of the ionic and covalent nature leading to high thermal conductivity (~ 40 W/m/K 1 ).

Titanium, zirconium resources and production: A state …

2019/4/1· McCoy et al. (2011) also notes that “high reactivity is promoted by a high proportion of the iron being in the ferrous (Fe 2+), rather than the ferric (Fe 3+) state. Consequently, ilmenite with a high ratio of FeO/Fe 2 O 3 is preferred”. A high ratio would be considered

Magnetic and thermal properties of perovskite YFeO3 …

Thermal diffusivity and the thermal conductivity are as large as 3.53 mm 2 /s and 11.27 W/(m K) at 298 K, respectively. Both of them show anomalies around the magnetic phase transition point. The average thermal expansion coefficients are -1.72 times 10 -6 K -1 and 2.28 times 10 -6 K -1 before and after Neel temperature, respectively.

Interfacial Thermal Resistance and Thermal Conductivity in …

2019/6/28· Interfacial Thermal Resistance and Thermal Conductivity in Nanograined SrTiO3 Yifeng Wang 1 , Kyoichi Fujinami ;2 , Ruizhi Zhang , Chunlei Wan 3 , Ning Wang 1 , Yaoshuai Ba , and Kunihito Koumoto 1;3 1 Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Nagoya 464-8603, Japan

(PDF) Effect of titanium addition on the microstructure, …

typical spark plasma sintering densifiion and densifiion rate as functions of temperature curves for: Cu, CuTi0.014 and CuTi0.035 alloys. This explains the punch compressive

Microstructure tailoring of high thermal conductive …

Abstract High thermal conductive β-silicon nitride (β-Si3N4) ceramics were fabried from fine α-Si3N4 powder as the raw material and coarse β-Si3N4 particles as the nuclei through spark plasma sintering (SPS) at 1650 °C for 5 min and post-sintering heat treatment at 1900 °C for 4 h. The microstructures of the sintered β-Si3N4 ceramics could be tailored with the nuclei. The mean sizes

Effect of particle size on the microstructure and thermal …

2009/12/10· Spark plasma sintering (SPS) was used to fabrie Al/diamond composites. The influence of diamond particle size on the microstructure and thermal conductivity (TC) of composites was investigated by coining experimental results with model prediction. The results show that both composites with 40 µm particles and 70 µm particles exhibit high density and good TC, and the …

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2015/1/30· High temperature performance of a metal-packaged strain sensor based on a regenerated fiber Bragg grating in Boron–Germanium-codoped fiber ABSTRACT 1 INTRODUCTION 2 EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS 3 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 4 CONCLUSIONS

Nanoplatelet Size to Control the Alignment and Thermal …

2014/5/19· A controlled alignment of graphite nanoplatelets in a composite matrix will allow developing materials with tailored thermal properties. Achieving a high degree of alignment in a reproducible way, however, remains challenging. Here we demonstrate the alignment of graphite nanoplatelets in copper composites produced via high-energy ball milling and spark plasma sintering. The orientation of the

Reducing Lattice Thermal Conductivity of MnTe by Se …

2019/8/7· In this work, we report point defect stering-induced reduction of thermal conductivity in MnTe with Se alloying, fabried by a facile method coining mechanical alloying and spark plasma sintering. A low lattice thermal conductivity of 0.56 W/mK was obtained for MnTe0.92Se0.08, which is quite close to the amorphous limits.

US Patent for High density UOand high thermal …

2013/8/15· High density UOand high thermal conductivity UOcomposites by spark plasma sintering (SPS) Aug 15, 2013 - University of Florida Research Foundation, Inc. Eodiments of the invention are directed to a method for production of a nuclear fuel pellet by spark plasma sintering (SPS), wherein a fuel pellet with more than 80% TD or more than 90% TD is formed.

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1995/1/13· The Degradation Resistance of Thermal Barrier Coatings to Molten Deposits at Very High Temperatures Prior Thermomechanical Treatment Improves Nitrited Layer Strength High Temperature Oxidation Behavior of Al-diffused Fe-Cr-Al Foils

High thermal conductivity of spark plasma sintered …

2017/2/14· A fully dense SiC ceramic with a room-temperature thermal conductivity of 262 W·(m·K) −1 was obtained via spark plasma sintering β-SiC powder containing 0.79 vol% Y 2 O 3-Sc 2 O 3. High-resolution transmission electron microscopy revealed two different SiC-SiC boundaries, that is, amorphous and clean boundaries, in addition to a fully crystallized junction phase.

High In-Plane Thermal Conductivity of Aluminum Nitride Thin Films

2021/4/28· High In-Plane Thermal Conductivity of Aluminum Nitride Thin Films Md Shafkat Bin Hoque, Yee Rui Koh, Jeffrey L. Braun, Abdullah Mamun, Zeyu Liu, Kenny Huynh, Michael E. Liao, Kamal Hussain, Zhe Cheng, Eric R. Hoglund, David H. Olson, John A. Tomko,

Thermal properties of polycrystalline cubic boron nitride sintered under high …

thermal conductivity of PcBN ceramics was conducted by Slack in 1972 [5]. He reported the thermal conductivity of PcBN is 180 W/mK at room temperature. Subsequently, Corrigan reported a high thermal conductivity value range from 250 W/mK to 900 W/mK

Influence of processing parameters on thermal …

In an effort to increase the thermal conductivity of UO2 fuel pellets, high density UO2-5 vol% diamond composite pellets were fabried using the spark plasma sintering (SPS) technique.

Experimental observation of high thermal conductivity in boron …

REPORT THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY Experimental observation of high thermal conductivity in boron arsenide Joon Sang Kang, Man Li, Huan Wu, Huuduy Nguyen, Yongjie Hu* Improving the thermal management of small-scale devices requires developing materials

New Ceramic Nanocomposite Demonstrates High IR …

FESEM images of the Y 2 O 3-MgO composite ceramics spark plasma sintered at 1100 C (a), 1200 C (b), 1250 C (c), and 1300 C (d). Courtesy of FEFU press office. The material was manufactured from Y 2 O 3 and MgO nanopowders with controlled particle sizes.

US Patent for High density UOand high thermal …

2013/8/15· High density UOand high thermal conductivity UOcomposites by spark plasma sintering (SPS) Aug 15, 2013 - University of Florida Research Foundation, Inc. Eodiments of the invention are directed to a method for production of a nuclear fuel pellet by spark plasma sintering (SPS), wherein a fuel pellet with more than 80% TD or more than 90% TD is formed.

Role of vacancy defects on the lattice thermal …

2018/6/11· High purity $$\\hbox {In}_2\\hbox {O}_3$$ In 2 O 3 nanopowders were subjected to different thermal treatments to investigate the role of defects on the lattice thermal conductivity. The powders were first treated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) at $$700\\,^{\\circ}\\hbox {C}$$ 700 ∘ C and annealed in air between 700 and $$1300\\,^{\\circ}\\hbox {C}$$ 1300 ∘ C . X-ray diffraction

Role of vacancy defects on the lattice thermal …

2018/6/11· High purity $$\\hbox {In}_2\\hbox {O}_3$$ In 2 O 3 nanopowders were subjected to different thermal treatments to investigate the role of defects on the lattice thermal conductivity. The powders were first treated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) at $$700\\,^{\\circ}\\hbox {C}$$ 700 ∘ C and annealed in air between 700 and $$1300\\,^{\\circ}\\hbox {C}$$ 1300 ∘ C . X-ray diffraction