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Engineering Ceramics
Field enhanced sintering for low energy ceramics firing
Engineering Ceramics : 17 April, 2015
Low energy technology pioneered in the heart of the UK’s ceramics industry has had a significant result. A world-first in the development of pioneering low-energy firing technology, based on so-called Field Enhanced Sintering is now a huge step closer after engineers and scientists working on the project made a significant breakthrough.
 
Significant investment planned to expand CMC testing capacity
Engineering Ceramics : 08 November, 2014
USA independent materials testing organization Element Materials Technology has announced plans for a major expansion of its Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC) testing capacity. Expansion work at Element Cincinnati began in June, with Element anticipating completion before the end of 2014.
 
Field trials reveal substantial cost savings with aluminium melting crucibles
Engineering Ceramics : 29 May, 2014
Field studies carried out by the Molten Metal Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials reveal that the company’s latest addition to the Syncarb Z2 family of crucibles is achieving substantial cost savings in operational conditions for the aluminium melting industry.
 
Boron carbide produced by cheaper, purer, lower temperature process
Engineering Ceramics : 14 May, 2014
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have developed a new method of producing boron carbide powder - one of the hardest materials on the planet - which uses lower temperatures and introduces fewer contaminants than current processing methods. Licensing partners are currently being sought by the University’s commercialisation arm, Alta Innovations, to commercialise the technology. The process could lead to the production of lighter, stronger and more hard-wearing machinery.
 
Russian investment in aluminium-zirconia wire rod production
Engineering Ceramics : 15 April, 2014
UC Rusal announces investment of over USD5.5 million in aluminium-zirconia wire rod production. The first samples of high-tech products have already been certified by consumers.
 
Merger creates catalyst for further growth in advanced ceramic technologies
Engineering Ceramics : 15 April, 2014
Morgan Advanced Materials and Magma Ceramics and Catalysts have come together to create a joint venture in the field of advanced ceramic and catalyst technology. It will see Morgan’s UK Fired Refractory Shapes business, based in Bromborough, merge with Magma Ceramics and Catalysts.
 
Advanced ceramics - selection factors for critical components
Engineering Ceramics : 23 February, 2014
Dieter Steudtner, Sales Manager at Morgan Advanced Materials, gives designers and manufacturers an insight into advanced ceramic materials and their properties.
 
 
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