Steklo i Keramika (Glass and Ceramics). Monthly scientific, technical and industrial journal

 

ISSN 0131-9582 (Online)

VOL 96, No. 9 (2023)

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  • SYNTHESIS AND INVESTIGATION OF PROPERTIES OF MULLITE-CORUNDUM CERAMICS AS A COMPONENT OF CERAMIC COMPOSITE MATERIALS

    • Pages: 3-12
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    The paper studies the conditions for synthesis of mullite-corundum ceramics obtained on the basis of Al2O3 and SiO2. The composition of mullite-corundum ceramics with an Al2O3 content < 80 wt.% has been determined, which ensures
    the best thermomechanical compatibility with molybdenum. The possibility of obtaining a composite material based on a mullite-corundum matrix and molybdenum, as well as its use as a barrier layer at the interface of Мo–Si-containing ceramics, has been confirmed. It is established that use of barrier layer significantly reduces the likelihood of thermal stresses in the interface of the two phases. It is shown that there is a need to refine the technological parameters of the preparation of the powder Al2O3–SiO2 mixture to increase the thermochemical compatibility of molybdenum with mullite-corundum ceramics.
  • SYNTHESIS AND STUDY OF THE OPTICAL AND SPECTRAL-LUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF LuAG:Ce CERAMICS

    • Pages: 13-21
    • Views: 58
    In this study, LuAG:Ce ceramic powders with compositions of Lu2.98Ce0.02Al5O12 and Lu2.93Ce0.07Al5O12 were synthesized using chemical precipitation. Luminescent ceramic samples were then produced from these powders by vacuum sintering green bodies in the temperature range of 1600 – 1800 ?C. The study aimed to investigate the effect of cerium concentration and vacuum sintering temperature on the optical properties of LuAG:Ce ceramics. The spectral luminescence properties
    of the LuAG:Ce ceramic samples were analyzed. Results showed that the luminescence intensity was dependent on the activator concentration and vacuum sintering temperature. Additionally, a shift in the maxima of the luminescence spectral bands of the LuAG:Ce ceramics was observed when varying the vacuum sintering temperature within the 1600 – 1800 ?C range.
  • INVESTIGATION OF THE CONDITIONS OF CERAMIC AND MECHANOCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF COMPOSITES CuO/ZnO/?-Al2O3

    • Pages: 22-32
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    In this work, using the methods of X-ray phase, X-ray diffraction, synchronous thermal analysis, scanning electron microscopy, low-temperature adsorption-desorption of nitrogen, the process of obtaining CuO/ZnO/?-Al2O3 composites, which can be used as the main component of catalysts for large-tonnage processes for methanol production and monoxide conversion, was studied. carbon. The influence of the method of preparation, the nature and intensity of processing on the phase composition of the resulting precursors and the physicochemical properties of the resulting composites was established. The processes occurring at the stage of mechanochemical activation of a mixture of anhydrous CuO/ZnO/?-Al2O3 oxides, a mixture of oxides with ammonium carbonate and ethanedienic acid have been studied.
    The optimal parameters for obtaining CuO/ZnO/?-Al2O3 composites with a developed specific surface area and porous structure have been determined.
  • INFLUENCE OF CERIUM CONCENTRATION AND SINTERING ATMOSPHERE ON THE PHASE COMPOSITION AND LUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF Y2.98-хCeхAl5.02О12 CERAMICS

    • Pages: 33-43
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    The phase composition and spectral-luminescent properties of ceramic samples obtained from oxide compositions with the general formula Y2.98-хCeхAl5.02О12 (x = 0.05, 0.10, 0.20, 0.30, 0.45, 0.60 formula units (f.u.)) were investigated.
    It was found that the phase composition of the ceramic powders depended significantly on the concentration of cerium and the calcination atmosphere. The maximum concentration of cerium cations in the garnet lattice was determined to be approximately 0.1 f.u. when calcined in air, and approximately 0.16 f.u. when calcined in the argon – hydrogen atmosphere.
    The photoluminescence of the ceramic samples was studied when excited by a laser with a wavelength of 445 nm.
    It was observed that ceramic samples sintered in argon and hydrogen had a higher luminescence intensity compared to samples synthesized in a vacuum. The possibility of shifting the wavelength of the maximum luminescence intensity from 546 nm to 570 nm by changing the cationic composition and sintering conditions of the ceramics was demonstrated. Additionally, the negative effect of oxidative annealing of ceramic samples on the intensity and position of luminescence maxima in Y2.98-хCeхAl5.02О12 oxide compositions heavily doped with cerium was shown.
  • CERAMIC-FORMING ORGANOSILICON POLYMER AS A MODIFIER OF HEAT-INSULATING SYNTHETIC MATERIAL

    • Pages: 44-49
    • Views: 72
    The paper presents the results of obtaining hardened synthetic carbon materials that can be used for technical thermal insulation under conditions of elevated pressures and temperatures. The hardened syntactic carbon material is obtained by mixing hollow carbon microspheres pretreated with a catalyst with vanadium (III) chloride with a phenol-formaldehyde binder with the addition of fine polydimethylsilane forming the composition at low pressure, holding the mold at 150 ?C for 2 hours, followed by heat treatment in an inert medium at 375 ?C and final carbonation in combination with carbidization when the temperature rises at a rate of 100 ?C/h to 900 ?C. The physicomechanical and thermophysical characteristics are studied. Synthetic material can be used for the manufacture of thermal insulation products operating under high temperature conditions.
  • INTEGRATED APPROACH TO STUDYING CERAMIC ARTIFACTS IN KYRGYZSTAN

    • Pages: 50-53
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    The purpose of this article is to apply an integrated research approach for the reconstruction of ceramic production technology in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic based on the results obtained by modern methods. The paper summarizes for the first time the results of the study of physical-mechanical and physical-chemical properties and an attempt is made to reveal the methods of technical analysis of ceramic artifacts.
    An unified scientific approach to ceramics of various periods from the II millennium BC to the X-XII centuries, excavated in Kyrgyzstan, to determine the relationship between their microstructure and physical and mechanical properties. Ceramics technology, like no other industry, requires this kind of research due to the specifics of technical information associated with both natural and social factors.
    Lack of solid knowledge in the field of ceramics technology has prevented them from obtaining important information about Kyrgyz history, culture, and economy, which is the subject of their nation-building efforts. However, a comprehensive study of the production technique, types, composition and quality of ceramics would open up completely new prospects for confirming the antiquity of Kyrgyzstan.
  • COMPOSITE GLASS-CRYSTAL FACING MATERIALS BASED ON WASTE FROM THE PHOSPHORUS INDUSTRY AND CULLET

    • Pages: 54-59
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    Compositions of muffled glasses for the upper layer and the lower structural layer of composite glass-crystal cladding material based on phosphorus industry waste have been developed: phosphoric slag, phosphorite fines, coal dust and cullet.
  • EFFECT OF SURFACE GLAZE TREATMENT AND MECHANICAL POLISHING ON THE COLOR STABILITY OF TWO TYPES OF CAD/CAM CERAMICS

    • Pages: 60-62
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    The effect of immersion in a coffee drink solution on the color stability of two CAD/CAM ceramic restorations was investigated in this in vitro study. To this end, zirconia-reinforced lithium silicate (ZLS) and lithium disilicate (LDS) glass-ceramic blocks were surface-treated using mechanical polishing and glazing techniques. In addition, their color was examined before and after immersion in a coffee solution using a spectrophotometer, and the color changes were evaluated. A two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to examine the color changes. The material type significantly influenced color changes (P < 0.001). After glazing and mechanical polishing, LDS exhibited considerably less color change in both groups than ZLS. In both types of ceramics, the glazed group experienced less color variation than the mechanically polished group. Color changes were clinically acceptable across all groups. The glazing surface treatment produced superior color stability than the mechanical polishing technique. LDS exhibited more color stability than ZLS in both surface treatments.