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Solid State Sintering

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Author(s)

J Blendell

Abstract

The basic processes which control the solid state sintering of crystalline materials are reviewed. The stages of sintering are described and model which predict the evolution of the microstructure are presented. The effects of dihedral angle and pore coordination are also discussed.
Citation
Encyclopedia of Materials: Science & Technology

Keywords

dihedral angle, sintering, solid state sintering, two sphere model

Citation

Blendell, J. (2001), Solid State Sintering, Encyclopedia of Materials: Science & Technology (Accessed June 14, 2024)

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Created May 31, 2001, Updated February 19, 2017