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Sintering Behaviour of Waste Olivine and Olivine/Alumina Blends
AbstractThe sintering behaviour of several green compacts made with olivine or olivine/alumina powder blends has been examined. To this goal, powders were attrition milled, uniaxially pressed into specimens and air sintered at temperatures ranging from 1100 to 1300 °C. The resulting samples were characterized by water absorption, shrinkage, phase composition and density. Compositions containing 5%, 10% and 20% Al2O3 have a sintering behaviour similar to that of olivine alone, reaching low residual porosity when fired at 1300 °C. Conversely, the composition containing 40% Al2O3 displays an almost flat shrinkage profile and maintains high residual porosity in the examined temperature range.
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Furlani, E.; Aneggi, E.; Maschio, S. Sintering Behaviour of Waste Olivine and Olivine/Alumina Blends. Materials 2014, 7, 4773-4788.View more citation formats
Furlani E, Aneggi E, Maschio S. Sintering Behaviour of Waste Olivine and Olivine/Alumina Blends. Materials. 2014; 7(6):4773-4788.Chicago/Turabian Style
Furlani, Erika; Aneggi, Eleonora; Maschio, Stefano. 2014. "Sintering Behaviour of Waste Olivine and Olivine/Alumina Blends." Materials 7, no. 6: 4773-4788.
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