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Powder Processing and Shaping of Engineering Ceramics

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
2.04.01  Engineering sciences and technologies  Materials science and technology  Inorganic nonmetallic materials 

Code Science Field
T153  Technological sciences  Ceramic materials and powders 
T150  Technological sciences  Material technology 
engineering ceramics, powder processing, shaping, hydrolysis
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Researchers (6)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  17286  Darko Eterović    Researcher  1999 - 2001 
2.  00842  PhD Ljubo Golič  Chemistry  Researcher  1999 - 2001  365 
3.  06423  PhD Janez Holc  Materials science and technology  Researcher  1999 - 2001  862 
4.  03477  PhD Tomaž Kosmač  Materials science and technology  Head  2000 - 2001  505 
5.  04292  PhD Saša Novak Krmpotič  Materials science and technology  Researcher  1999 - 2001  668 
6.  13550  PhD Krunoslav Vidović  Materials science and technology  Researcher  1999 - 2001  25 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0106  Jožef Stefan Institute  Ljubljana  5051606000  91,059 
The proposed research intends to further develop in fundamental knowledge underlying ceramic powder processing and shaping of reliable, high performance engineering structures. The research activities will include investigations of the AlN hydrolysis reactions, which can either be exploited for solidification of aqueous slurries in an unpermeable mold, i.e. in aqueous injection molding, or they should be prevented during aqueous AlN powder processing. The interparticle potentials in aqueous slurries at inherent pH will be studied and manipulated in order to obtain agglomerate free, plastically deformable saturated bodies. Attempts will be made to reduce the length of surface cracks formed during diamond machining of YTZP dental ceramics, whereas sandblasting will be used to induce additional surface compressive stresses in order to compensate for the grinding induced cracks.
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