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March 22nd, 2012

Bulletin June 2005 Vol 84, No. 6 Online-only papers

Published on March 22nd, 2012 | By: Eileen De Guire

Counterflow Reaction Penetration of a Dense Ceramic Insert
Multilayered ceramic-metal composites were made by counterflow reactive penetration of a dense mullite/ZrO2 preform with magnesium and aluminum-magnesium molten penetrants simultaneously in opposite directions.
V. Kevorkijan

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Magnesia-Chrome Brick Wear Mechanism in Steelmaking Process
The mechanism of iron oxide attack of magnesia-chrome brick in the rotary-hearth top-oxygen-blowing steelmaking process as a function of carbon content in the melt is reported.
Dong-Hyun Kim, Suk-Hyun Yoo, Sung-Man Kim, Chang-Soo Ha and Jong-Min Park

Sintering and Crystallization of LZSA Glass Powder Compacts Formed by Injection Molding
Powder injection molding of a glass-ceramic based on the LiO2-ZrO2-SiO2-Al2O3 glass system results in a product with excellent mechanical and chemical properties.
L. Giassi, D. Hotza, O.E. Alarcon, M.C. Fredel and A.P. Novaes de Oliveira

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