Weiyuan Teng

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In the present work, the sintering behaviour of HA particles prepared via the wet precipitation method (HAp) and wet mechanochemical technique (HAwm) was investigated. The sintering behaviour of a commercial HA powder (HAc) was also studied for comparison purpose. All the three powders were characterised in terms of particle size, Ca/P ratio and crystal(More)
The effect of manganese oxide on the sintering of steatite-based ceramic was studied. Steatite powder used in this work was doped with varying amounts of manganese oxide—5% to 30% (wt). The green samples were cold-isostatically pressed and pressureless sintered at temperatures ranging from 950C to 1150C using varying holding times. X-ray diffraction(More)
The effect of employing a short sintering holding time of 12 min as compared to that of the commonly employed holding time of 120 min (2 h) on the properties of undoped and 1 wt% manganese oxide (MnO2)-doped Y-TZP ceramics were studied. Sintering studies was conducted over the temperature range of 1150–1600 8C. Bulk density, Young’s modulus, Vickers(More)
The sintering behaviour of a commercial HA and synthesized HA was investigated over the temperature range of 700 degrees C to 1400 degrees C in terms of phase stability, bulk density, Young's modulus and Vickers hardness. In the present research, a wet chemical precipitation reaction was successfully employed to synthesize a submicron, highly crystalline,(More)
A commercially available Y-TZP ceramic powder was fabricated under four different sintering profiles in order to investigate the effects of conventional single-stage sintering (SSS) with dwell times of 1 min and 2 h, respectively, compared with two-stage sintering (TSS), on the physical and mechanical properties of Y-TZP. Sintering was performed up to 1400(More)
M. Amiriyan, S. Ramesh*, R. Tolouei, W.J. Kelvin Chew, J. Purbolaksono, M.A. Hassan, M. Hamdi and W.D. Teng Faculty of Science and Engineering, Laval University, Quebec, G1V 0A6 Canada Centre of Advanced Manufacturing & Material Processing (AMMP), Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala(More)
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