By Uwe Schulz, Hua-Tay Lin, Jonathan Salem, Dongming Zhu
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200 LaPO, LaPO, LaPO, LaPO, 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 Temperature (°C) Figure 6. 4 nanocomposites with the amount of monazite-type LaP04 and temperature. decreasing grain size. The degradation of flexural strength was due to weak bonding between 3YSZ and LaP04. For this reason, fracture behaviors were dominated by intergranular-type fracture along the grain boundaries, as shown in figure 5. Figure 6 shows the thermal conductivity of PECSed 3YSZ/monazite-type LaP04 nanocomposites with monazite-type LaP04 contents.
7 - - (A) Curves describing the time evolution of t'-YSZ decomposition level can be scaled such to fall on a master curve. To do this, time scale was modified with an equation of the form: _B t* = At-e~T (7) where t is the annealing time and T is the temperature in Kelvin. The master curve is displayed in Figure 4. The time scaling used allow that all data fall well on the same curve and it allows to estimate how fast t'-YSZ will decompose at a given temperature. Information about micro-strains and grain size was extracted from the function describing the Gaussian part of the diffraction peak shape.
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Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Interfaces II: Ceramic and Engineering Science Proceedings, Volume 28, Issue 3 by Uwe Schulz, Hua-Tay Lin, Jonathan Salem, Dongming Zhu