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  • Sintering in practice is the control of both densification and grain growth.
  • Sometimes organic lubricants are added during pressing to increase densification.
  • This densification uses lower temperatures and shorter amount of time than typical sintering.
  • The densification is done by a combination of DTM models and areal gravimetry.
  • The densification works through particle rearrangement and plastic flow at the particle contacts.
  • There's also something else called densification.
  • If this were to be a trial, densification and popcorn are circumstantial evidence.
  • Big companies like Digital Equipment, they call it " densification ."
  • Since densification of powders requires high temperatures, grain growth naturally occurs during sintering.
  • They have conducted extensive research into the dynamics involved during the densification of spinel.
  • ZrB 2 parts are usually densification during sintering.
  • This is due to material densification and a reduction in grain size upon processing.
  • This enhances grain boundary diffusion and migration as well as densification of the material.
  • Densification is the act of reducing porosity in a sample thereby making it more dense.
  • Densification of consolidated powder bodies continues to be achieved predominantly by ( pressureless ) sintering.
  • Densification requires constant capillary pressure where just solution-precipitation material transfer would not produce densification.
  • Densification requires constant capillary pressure where just solution-precipitation material transfer would not produce densification.
  • Ten others employ the post-densification criteria, and finally two more experiment with both.
  • Densification is only achieved at temperatures above 1800 癈 once grain boundary diffusion mechanisms become active.
  • Temperature dependence for densification controls the process because at higher temperatures viscosity decreases and increases liquid content.
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