Properties and rapid consolidation of nanostuctured MgO by high frequency induction heated sintering
- Properties and rapid consolidation of nanostuctured MgO by high frequency induction heated sintering
- 준희수; 고인용; 윤진국; 도정만; 홍경태; 이상훈; 손인진
- Sintering; MgO; Nanostructured material; Powder metallurgy
- Issue Date
- Journal of ceramic processing research
- VOL 12, NO 2, 165-168
- The rapid sintering of nanostuctured MgO materials in a short time was investigated with a high-frequency induction heating
sintering process. A dense nanostructured MgO material with a relative density of up to 99.8% was produced with
simultaneous application of 80 MPa pressure and an induced current of with an output of total power capacity (15 kW) within
2 minutes. The effect of the ball milling time on the sintering behavior, grain size and mechanical properties of binderless MgO
was investigated. The grain size of sintered MgO decreased with an increase in the milling time. Also the Vickers hardnesses
of the MgO with ball milling for 0, 1, 4 and 10 h were 362, 412, 536 and 654 kg/㎟, respectively.
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