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Dynamic Compaction of Ceramics

Paul Boogerd

Dynamic Compaction of Ceramics

by Paul Boogerd

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Published by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramic Engineering,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9665677M
    ISBN 10904071116X
    ISBN 109789040711169

    The Point of Departure: A Brief Summary of Traditional Metal and Ceramic Process Methods 5–8; Fundamental Considerations 9–28; Consolidation and Related Phenomena During Dynamic Compaction 29–40; Dynamic Compaction and Conditioning of Metal and Ceramic Powders 41–70; Characterization of Dynamically Consolidated Metal and Ceramic Powders. Dynamic Compaction of Metal and Ceramic Powders () Chapter: The Point of Departure: A Brief Summary of Traditional Metal and Ceramic Process Methods Get This Book.

    Get this from a library! Dynamic compaction of ceramics: Proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Technische Universiteit Delft, op gezag van de Rector Magnificus Prof. ir K.F. Wakker, in het openbaar te verdedigen ten overstaan van een commissie, door het College van Dekanen aangewezen, op maandag 15 mei te uur. Dynamic compaction of glassy metal powder generally results in denser noncrystalline components than any other consolidation techniques. For example, a density of more than 90 % of the powder material can be achieved by dynamic compaction whereas it is typically about % for a component obtained by low temperature (below material's crystallization temperature) mechanical pressing.

    Nowadays explosive forming, welding and cutting are in common use and the most unique method is explosive compaction. This method profits from the direct application of high detonation pressures developed by explosives and ranging up to about kbars. Dynamic compaction is a ground improvement technique that uses a drop weight to densify loose soils. Soil densification is carried out by the repeated, controlled impact of a heavy weight ( tons) on the ground surface. Vibrations are generated for a considerable lateral distance.


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Summary. Dynamic Magnetic Compaction (DMC) is an innovative high performance powder compaction technology that produces full density net shape parts. Different types of powders such as metal, ceramic and composites can be processed using DMC process.

The properties of DMC compacted iron powder samples are found to be close to that of ductile cast iron by: 3. Linse V.D. () Dynamic Compaction of Metal and Ceramic Powders. In: Bruggeman G., Weiss V. (eds) Innovations in Materials Processing. Sagamore Army Materials Research Conference Proceedings, vol Cited by: P.

Boogerd, “Dynamic Compaction of Ceramics”, Ph.D. Thesis, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands (), Ch. Google ScholarCited by: 1.

Dynamic. Introduction. The compaction of ceramic powders Dynamic Compaction of Ceramics book both static (Glass and Ewsuk, ) and dynamic (Graham and Sawaoka, ) processes has been extensively studied from the standpoint of the manufacture of nearly fully dense ceramics with unique microstructures from precursor ceramic powders.

Table: 1 Suitability of Dynamic Compaction with soil type along with Degree of Saturation. Adverse Situation of Dynamic. Compaction. Dynamic compaction is generally less. *nanoparticles processed into nanostructured ceramics, by using dynamic compaction techniques; *applications of nanostructured materials.

This book complements the previous volume in this series (P. Knauth, J. Schoonman, eds., Nanocrystalline Metals and Oxides: Selected Properties and Applications, Kluwer, Boston, ).

Dynamic compaction (DDC, heavy tamping, dynamic consolidation, etc.) is a cost-effective method of soil compaction whereby a heavy weight is repeatedly lifted and dropped from a height, impacting the ground surface with a readily calculated impact energy (Figures and ).Costs are reportedly about 2/3 that of stone columns, with up to 50% savings over other deep densification.

Preliminary results are presented on the work on combining the Self-sustained High-temperature Synthesis (SHS) of ceramics with Dynamic Compaction (DC). Founded inDynamic-Ceramic Limited is a specialist advanced ceramic manufacturing, trading and consultancy company.

Located in the ceramic centre of the UK, Dynamic-Ceramic manufactures wear and corrosion resistant materials solutions to a wide range of industrial sectors across the globe.

Dynamic compaction is a powder compaction process that involves a combination of high pressures and high strain rates to densify powder materials. Emphasized in this review paper on dynamic compaction of ceramic powders are pressures obtained by explosive detonations which generate strain rates typically from 10 3 to 10 4 s -1 and reported.

JACerS is a leading source for top-quality basic science research and modeling spanning the diverse field of ceramic and glass materials science. The explosive‐consolidation technique developed to fabricate combustion‐synthesized titanium carbide and titanium diboride has been applied to hafnium carbide.

Suggested Citation:"Dynamic Compaction and Conditioning of Metal and Ceramic Powders."National Research Council. Dynamic Compaction of Metal and Ceramic gton, DC: The National Academies Press.

doi: / The static and dynamic compaction of ceramic powders was investigated experimentally using a high-pressure friction- compensated press to achieve static stresses of GPa and with a novel gas gun setup to stresses of GPa for a tungsten.

The static and dynamic compaction of ceramic powders was investigated experimentally using a high-pressure friction-compensated press to achieve static stresses of  GPa and with a novel gas gun setup to stresses of  GPa for a tungsten carbide powder.

Experiments were performed in the partial compaction region to nearly full compaction. A limited number of shock Hugoniot measurements were performed on two unsintered aluminum nitride powder compacts having initial densities of and g/cm es achieved ranged from to GPa, corresponding to linear compaction rates of to km/s.

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Dynamic compaction of porous ductile metals has been studied theoretically by Hermann (1) and Butcher et al. (2), while brittle materials of ceramics are not studied sufficiently yet.

In the most cases, cylindrically converging shock waves are used through a cupsule. Abstract The explosive compaction of ceramic powder to high densities is hindered by the brittle fracture behavior of these materials. At room temperature ceramics lack in ductility, which causes fracturing of the compact during dynamic compaction (DC).

Above the ductile-brittle transition temperature (DBTT) materials show a more ductile behavior. during dynamic compaction, dynamic compaction and conditioning of metal and ceramic powders, characterization of dynamically consolidated metal and ceramic powders, computer codes applicable to dynamic compaction, practical and potential applications, problem areas, and the current position of the United States in dynamic compaction.Read chapter Consolidation and Related Phenomena During Dynamic Compaction: Dynamic Compaction of Metal and Ceramic Powders Login Register Cart Help.

Dynamic Compaction of Metal and Ceramic Powders () Show this book's table of contents, where you can jump to. Volume 6, Issues 1–4,Pages Synthesis and dynamic compaction of ceramic nano powders by techniques based on electric pulsed power Author links open overlay panel V.

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