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A study of the oxidation of ZrB2 powders during high

2012-5-1  Fig. 1 compares representative TEM images of the as-purchased ZrB 2 powder and of the ZrB 2 powder ball-milled for 180 min in air. Clearly, the high-energy ball-milling has reduced the particle size by one order of magnitude from the micrometre scale (∼2–3 μm) to the nanometre scale (∼120–200 nm).Furthermore, higher-magnification TEM images such as that shown in Fig. 2 indicate that

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High-Energy Ball Milling of ZrB2 in the Presence of

Dense ZrB2–SiC nanocomposites were fabricated at 1450 °C by the high-energy ball milling (HEBM) of ZrB2 powder with ZrSi2–B4C–C additives and reactive spark plasma sintering (R-SPS).

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A Study of the Oxidation of ZrB2 Powders During High

The high-energy ball milling behavior of a commercially available ZrB2 powder was studied by X-ray diffractometry and transmission electron microscopy. It is shown that ball milling is very

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Effect of High-Energy Ball Milling of ZrB2 Powder on the

The sinterability of ZrB2-20vol.% SiC ceramics by high-energy ball milling as well as introduction of Zr and Al as sintering additives. Densification process and microstructure of ZrB2-SiC ceramics were investigated. After high-energy ball milling, the average particle size decreased to about 500 nm-2 μm, and ZrB2-SiC powder can be sintered to 98.92% theoretical density at 1800 °C, but a

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Crystallite Size Refinement of ZrB2 by High-Energy Ball

The high-energy ball milling behavior of a commercially available ZrB2 powder was studied by X-ray diffractometry and transmission electron microscopy. It is shown that ball milling is very effective in obtaining nanocrystalline ZrB2 powder. Further, the crystallite size refinement occurs through repeated brittle fracture, with the final crystal size being limited by a combination of the

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Crystallite Size Refinement of ZrB2 by High-Energy Ball Mill

The high-energy ball milling behavior of a commercially available ZrB2 powder was studied by X-ray diffractometry and transmission electron microscopy.

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Nanocrystalline ZrB2 powders prepared by mechanical

2013-9-1  As the ball milling proceeds, the powders were continuously refined. SEM images of the powder after milling for 150 h and 190 h is shown in Fig. 3(c) and (d), no flaky shape particle is left when the milling time is long enough, while the agglomerate sizes of

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Carbothermal production of ZrB2–ZrO2 ceramic powders

2012-4-1  The production method was high-energy ball milling and subsequent annealing of powder blends containing stoichiometric amounts of ZrO 2, B 2 O 3 /B powders in the presence of graphite as a reductant. The effects of milling duration (0, 2 and 6 h), annealing duration (6 and 12 h) and annealing temperature (1200–1400 °C) on the formation and

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Characterization investigations of ZrB2/ZrC ceramic

2012-6-1  ZrB 2 /ZrC ceramic powders were fabricated by mechanical alloying (MA) of zirconium (Zr), amorphous boron (B) and graphite (C) powder blends prepared in the mole ratios of Zr/B/C: 1/1/1, 1/2/1, 1/1/2, 1/2/2 and 2/2/1. MA runs were carried out in a vibratory ball mill using hardened steel vial/balls. The effects of Zr/B/C mole ratios and milling duration on the formation and microstructure of

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An investigation on the formation mechanism of nano ZrB2

2014-3-5  The rotational speed and ball-to-powder mass ratio were 600 rpm and 30:1, respectively. The milling vial and balls (15 mm) were made of hardened chromium steel. All the milling experiments were conducted under high-purity argon gas at a pressure of 5 bar. The vial was purged with argon gas several times, and the desired pressure was adjusted

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High purity synthesis of ZrB2 by a combined ball milling

2018-10-1  The optimized milling condition of the starting mixture was set at 3 h of milling with 300 rpm mill-speed. The ball-to-powder mass ratio was established at 30:1. In the second stage, ball milled homogenized powder mixtures were placed in a graphite crucible and heat treated for 1–2 h in a high-temperature furnace (Protherm ACF 18/8) under an

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An investigation on the formation mechanism of nano ZrB2

2014-3-5  The rotational speed and ball-to-powder mass ratio were 600 rpm and 30:1, respectively. The milling vial and balls (15 mm) were made of hardened chromium steel. All the milling experiments were conducted under high-purity argon gas at a pressure of 5 bar. The vial was purged with argon gas several times, and the desired pressure was adjusted

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Characterization investigations of ZrB2/ZrC ceramic

2012-6-1  ZrB 2 /ZrC ceramic powders were fabricated by mechanical alloying (MA) of zirconium (Zr), amorphous boron (B) and graphite (C) powder blends prepared in the mole ratios of Zr/B/C: 1/1/1, 1/2/1, 1/1/2, 1/2/2 and 2/2/1. MA runs were carried out in a vibratory ball mill using hardened steel vial/balls. The effects of Zr/B/C mole ratios and milling duration on the formation and microstructure of

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Characterization of mechanically activated zirconium

2020-10-13  Parameters of milling allow one to perform fast and efficient particle size reduction. Low temperature densification of zirconium diborides can be achieved using high energy ball milling process . Mechanical treatment of ZrB2 in a planetary mill MPP-1 allowed us to obtain powders with average particle size of nanometer scale.

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Nanocrystalline ZrB2 powders prepared by mechanical

Abstract ZrB2 powders were synthesized by mechanical alloying (MA) of the mixture of elemental Zr and B powders using WC vial and balls. The effect of the initial composition, the milling time on MA and the phase changes during MA were investigated. Well-crystallized ZrB2 powder with micrometer size was received by directly ball milling the Zr/B powder mixtures.

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Formation mechanism of ZrB2–Al2O3 nanocomposite powder

2013-7-10  ZrB2–Al2O3 nanocomposite powder was produced by aluminothermic reduction in Al/ZrO2/B2O3 system. In this research, high energy ball milling was used to produce the necessary conditions to induce a mechanically induced self-sustaining reaction. The ignition time of the composite formation was found to be about 13 min. The synthesis mechanism in this system was investigated by

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ZrB2-SiC Scientific.Net

Abstract: The sinterability of ZrB 2-20vol.%SiC ceramics by high-energy ball milling as well as introduction of Zr and Al as sintering additives. Densification process and microstructure of ZrB 2-SiC ceramics were investigated.After high-energy ball milling, the average particle size decreased to about 500 nm-2 μm, and ZrB 2-SiC powder can be sintered to 98.92% theoretical density at 1800 °C

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Reaction mechanism of self-propagating magnesiothermic

2013-6-7  According to the above equation, the powder mixture with corresponding proportion was mixed by ball milling for 12 h using zirconia milling media with ball-to-powder ratio of 3:1 at rotation speed of 150 r·min −1.Fully mixed mixtures were put into an enclosed reactor, which was equipped ignition, cooling, gas inlet, and outlet system.

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Effect of milling speed on mechanical activation of Al

2013-5-31  The MA process was performed at different milling speeds (200, 350, and 450 rpm) for 15 h by means of a planetary ball mill with steel vial and a blend of hardened steel balls (4 balls of 10-mm, and 5 balls of 20-mm diameters) in argon atmosphere. Ball-to-powder ratio was 10:1. The samples were designated as S 1, S 2, and S 3, respectively.

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Spark-plasma sintering of ZrB2 ultra-high-temperature

Number of Authors: 4 2012 (English) In: Journal of the European Ceramic Society, ISSN 0955-2219, E-ISSN 1873-619X, Vol. 32, no 10, p. 2529-2536 Article in journal (Refereed) Published Abstract [en] We have explored the feasibility of reducing the spark-plasma-sintering (SPS) temperature of additive-free ZrB2 ultra-high-temperature ceramics (UHTCs) via crystal size refinement of the starting

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Formation mechanism of ZrB2–Al2O3 nanocomposite powder

2013-7-10  ZrB2–Al2O3 nanocomposite powder was produced by aluminothermic reduction in Al/ZrO2/B2O3 system. In this research, high energy ball milling was used to produce the necessary conditions to induce a mechanically induced self-sustaining reaction. The ignition time of the composite formation was found to be about 13 min. The synthesis mechanism in this system was investigated by

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Preparation of a TiB2–ZrB2 composite assisted by

Abstract A TiB2–ZrB2 composite was synthesized by 20-h mechanical alloying (MA) of a mixture of Zr, Ti, and B powders in a planetary ball mill (Zr:Ti:B molar ratio = 1:1:4; ball-to-powder weight ratio = 20:1). Milling was performed at 500 rpm in an argon atmosphere using a ZrO2 vial and balls and was followed by pressureless sintering at 1230 °C.

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Reaction mechanism of self-propagating magnesiothermic

2013-6-7  According to the above equation, the powder mixture with corresponding proportion was mixed by ball milling for 12 h using zirconia milling media with ball-to-powder ratio of 3:1 at rotation speed of 150 r·min −1.Fully mixed mixtures were put into an enclosed reactor, which was equipped ignition, cooling, gas inlet, and outlet system.

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Spark-plasma sintering of ZrB2 ultra-high-temperature

Number of Authors: 4 2012 (English) In: Journal of the European Ceramic Society, ISSN 0955-2219, E-ISSN 1873-619X, Vol. 32, no 10, p. 2529-2536 Article in journal (Refereed) Published Abstract [en] We have explored the feasibility of reducing the spark-plasma-sintering (SPS) temperature of additive-free ZrB2 ultra-high-temperature ceramics (UHTCs) via crystal size refinement of the starting

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Transition Metal Diborides as Electrode Material for MHD

2016-4-20  Transition metal borides are being considered for use as potential electrode coating materials in magnetohydrodynamic direct power extraction plants from coal-fired plasma. These electrode materials will be exposed to aggressive service conditions at high temperatures. Therefore, high-temperature oxidation resistance is an important property.

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00 Pressureless reactive sintering of ZrB2 ceramic_百度文库

2011-3-10  Summary and conclusions Bulk ZrB2 ceramic was made by pressureless reactive sintering of elemental powder mixtures. XRD and microstructural analysis con?rmed that no second phase was present after sintering. After reaction, the samples had relative densities ranging between 58 and 79%.

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Synthesis of LaB6–Al2O3 nanocomposite powders via ball

2018-5-22  In this study, LaB6–Al2O3 nanocomposite powders were synthesized via ball milling-assisted annealing process starting from La2O3–B2O3–Al powder blends. High-energy ball milling was conducted at various durations (0, 3, 6 and 9 h). Then, the milled powders were annealed at 1200 °C for 3 h under Ar atmosphere in order to obtain LaB6 and Al2O3 phases as reaction products.

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Process engineering with planetary ball mills Chemical

Planetary ball mills are well known and used for particle size reduction on laboratory and pilot scales for decades while during the last few years the application of planetary ball mills has extended to mechanochemical approaches. Processes inside planetary ball mills are complex and strongly depend on the processed material and synthesis and, thus, the optimum milling

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Planetary Ball Mill PM 100 RETSCH highest fineness

Planetary Ball Mills are used wherever the highest degree of fineness is required.In addition to well-proven mixing and size reduction processes, these mills also meet all technical requirements for colloidal grinding and provide the energy input necessary for mechanical alloying.The extremely high centrifugal forces of a planetary ball mill result in very high pulverization energy and

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Microstructures and properties of in-situ (ZrB2 + Al2O3)np

2020-6-3  The starting materials were commercial AA6111 alloy ingots, zirconium potassium fluoride (K 2 ZrF 6) powder (purity 99.95%, average particle size 20 μm), and natrium boricum (Na 2 B 4 O 7) powder, (purity 99.97%, average particle size 25 μm). The two salts were pre-heated to eliminate the bonded water in an electric oven at 300 °C for 3 h and then cooled, ground, screened and thoroughly

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