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Containerless liquid-phase processing of ceramic materials

Containerless liquid-phase processing of ceramic materials

final report, NASA grant number NAGW-4345, period: April 15, 1995 - April 15, 1996

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Published by Containerless Research, Inc., National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Evanston, IL, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liquids.,
  • Containerless melts.,
  • Ceramics.,
  • Laser heating.,
  • Superheating.,
  • Cooling.,
  • Solidification.

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    Other titlesContainerless liquid phase processing of ceramic materials.
    Statementby J.K. Richard Weber, principal investigator; Paul C. Nordine, co-investigator.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-200986., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-200986.
    ContributionsNordine, Paul C., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15504818M

    from the particles of raw materials. In some areas the liquid phase is recognizable, as well as the presence of some open pores. (Fig. 9a) (a) x, x, bar 50 m (b) x, bar 1 m Figure 9. SEM micrograph of GC with 10wt% glass content, sintered at, T=oC and 1h isothermal period (a) x, bar m (b) x, bar 1 m Figure Author: Biljana Angjusheva, Emilija Fidancevski, Kiril Lisichkov, Vojo Jovanov. Glass-ceramics and methods of making the same. Embodiments of the invention include abrasive particles. The abrasive particles can be incorporated into a variety of abrasive articles, including bonded abrasives, coated abrasives, nonwoven abrasives, and abrasive brushes. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data (Revised for vol. 8) NASA historical data book. (NASA SP- ) Vol. 1 is a republication of NASA historical data book, –/ Jane Van Nimmen and Leonard C. Bruno. Vol. 8 in series: The NASA historical data book series. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.   Texture-engineered ceramics—Property enhancements through crystallographic tailoring - Volume 32 Issue 17 - Gary L. Messing, Stephen Poterala, Yunfei Chang, Tobias Frueh, Elizabeth R. Kupp, Beecher H. Watson, Rebecca L. Walton, Michael J. Brova, Anna-Katharina Hofer, Raul Bermejo, Richard J. MeyerCited by:

    [email protected] December, 3 State • Member, Connecticut Academy of Science and Technology, ; Communicating Member, present. Local • University of Kansas School of Engineering, Miller Professional Development Award (for distinguished service to the engineering profession), • University of Kansas, Charles E. & Mary Jane .


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