Day 22: Overview of Advantages of Ceramics. temperature resistance high hardness low density corrosion resistance. Special Design Considerations for Ceramics. brittleness difficulty of manufacture. Melting Temperature. Thermal Expansion. Modulus of Elasticity.
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Richerson, 1992 http://americas.kyocera.com/kicc/pdf/Kyocera_Material_Characteristics.pdf
Hot isotact pressing (HIP) combines sintering and isotactic pressing.
Kyocera engine products include cam rollers, turbocharger rotors, glow plugs, cylinder liners, seals, pistons, piston pins, valve and valve guides, fuel injection parts and various custom made components made from a wide selection of advanced ceramic materials.
Ceramic Seal Assembly
Ceramic Piston Head and Rings
Ceramic Turbocharger Rotor
Ceramic Cam Roller
Kyocera's wide range of ceramic materials, such as alumina, cermet, sapphire, zirconia and silicon nitride, coupled with excellent forming and finishing capabilities provides the basis for expanding the applications of ceramic textile components.
Guides and Finish Tips
Kyocera seal, pump and valve products include alumina faucet discs, alumina and silicon carbide automotive water pump seals, alumina appliance seals, alumina blood seals, zirconia containment shells and various custom made components made from a wide range of advanced ceramic materials.
Shafts and Valves
THERMAL SHOCK RESISTANCEhttp://americas.kyocera.com/kicc/pdf/Kyocera_Material_Characteristics.pdf
Alumina is the most widely used advanced ceramic material. It offers very good performance in terms of wear resistance, corrosion resistance and strength at a reasonable price. Its high dielectric properties are beneficial in electronic products.Applications include armor, semiconductor processing equipment parts, faucet disc valves, seals, electronic substrates and industrial machine components.
Silicon carbide has the highest corrosion resistance of all the advanced ceramic materials. It also retains its strength at temperatures as high as 1400°C and offers excellent wear resistance and thermal shock resistance.Applications include armor, mechanical seals, nozzles, silicon wafer polishing plates and pump parts.
Silicon nitride exceeds other ceramic materials in thermal shock resistance. It also offers an excellent combination of low density, high strength, low thermal expansion and good corrosion resistance and fracture toughness.Applications include various aerospace and automotive engine components, papermaking machine wear surfaces, armor, burner nozzles and molten metal processing parts.
Zirconia has the highest strength and toughness at room temperature of all the advanced ceramic materials. The fine grain size allows for extremely smooth surfaces and sharp edges.Applications include scissors, knifes, slitters, pump shafts, metal-forming tools, fixtures, tweezers, wire drawing rings, bearing sleeves and valves.