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Title: Effect of heat treatment on the creep behavior of alpha/beta SiAlON sintered with multication oxide sintering additives
Authors: Turan, Dilek
Uludağ, Alper
Turan, Servet
Keywords: alpha/beta sialon ceramics
creep behavior
heat treatment
multication oxide sintering additives
secondary crystalline phases
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Wiley
Abstract: SiAlONs are important materials for high-temperature applications and creep properties of SiAlONs are largely controlled by the amount and type of sintering additives. It has been established that heat treatment can reduce the amount of amorphous intergranular phase through crystallization. However, there is no study on the creep behavior of heat-treated SiAlON ceramics containing multication sintering additives. Therefore, the aim of the study was to investigate the effect of heat treatment on the creep properties of multication containing (Y-Sm-Ca oxides) alpha/beta-SiAlON ceramics. The heat treatments of the sintered samples were carried out at 1600 degrees C for 2 hours. The creep tests were carried out in the range 1300-1400 degrees C under different loads (50-150 MPa). The existing phases and the microstructures of samples before and after creep were investigated using XRD and SEM techniques. It was found that heat treatment resulted in a better creep performance compared to as-sintered samples. The activation energy and stress exponent for heat-treated SiAlONs were also calculated as 708 +/- 45 kJ/mol and 1.4, respectively. Compared to the sintered sample values, the results suggested that the acting creep mechanism of grain-boundary sliding and cavitation was reduced with the heat treatment.
ISSN: 1546-542X
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