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an artifact made of hard brittle material produced from nonmetallic minerals by firing at high temperatures

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As ceramic material experts, CeramTec has perfected the process for more than 100 years.
Described as an alumina matrix coon posite ceramic material, cerasurf has proven its worth during testing.
It then compares the measured hardness of the ceramic materials with that of a carbide and draws the conclusion that the higher hardness of ceramic material means superior wear resistance.
The new "LOM-Composite" material consists of a base layer of randomly oriented glass fibers mixed with a ceramic material and secured with a thermoplastic binder.
They consist of multiple towers installed in a line, each containing a packed bed of inert ceramic material for heat exchange.
Recent experiments reveal that an unusual ceramic material, titanium silicon carbide ([Ti.
Metso Automation's Neles E Series ceramic-lined ball valve, using a new generation of ceramic material, provides users with the most erosion resistant control valve currently available.
These inductors are developed by using simulation technology with computer aided engineering, fine ceramic material technology, and multilayer process technology.
can push the material's transition temperature to 30 kelvins--the highest transition temperature for a ceramic material not containing copper (SN: 5/14/88, p.
Grinding silver powder with the superconducting ceramic material and mixing these ingredients with methanol or isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol yields a slurry that the researchers spread evenly onto paper-thin ribbons of silver foil.
With abalone shell as their model, Aksay and colleague Mehrdad Yasrebi have assembled a synthetic, multilayered structure using the tough ceramic material boron carbide for the bricks and aluminum as the mortar.
in Ibaraki, Japan, have cooked up a new ceramic material that they claim becomes superconducting at a record high temperature of 130 kelvins.
We are delighted to have contributed to development of this breakthrough ceramic material that holds out great promise for fighting CO2 emissions and contributing to environmental protection," said Mr.
Patent and Trademark Office granted Lockheed Martin a patent for the new ceramic material, which promises to improve solid rocket motor affordability and performance compared to the current state-of-the-art material.