Ceramic Materials propertyKnowledge
Explains the types and properties of ceramics.
Although there are many types of ceramics, we briefly summarized the names and their characteristics of some typical ceramics that are commonly used in industry. Please see the link below for details of each material. (Page in preparation is grayed out.)
Aluminium oxide (Al2O3). The most commonly used representative ceramics.
Zirconium dioxide (ZrO2). Zirconia has the highest strength and toughness.
AlN. Thermal conductivity is high. It is used as a package material of semiconductor parts for which heat dissipation is required.
SiC. It does not exist naturally. High temperature strength, light weight, high corrosion resistance, excellent heat resistance material.
Si3N4. High temperature toughness, excellent thermal shock resistance, light weight and high corrosion resistance.
(2MgO・SiO2). The microwave loss is small and the insulation property at high temperature is excellent. Application: Electrical and electronic parts.
Its electrical and mechanical properties are better than ordinary porcelain, and its machinability is also good.
In particular, the thermal expansion resistance is excellent because of low thermal expansion.
Excellent heat resistance, thermal shock resistance, wear resistance, etc.
A machinable ceramic that is easily machined and contains mica etc.
(BaTiO3) Excellent at high levels of dielectric constant and the ability to store electricity. Used for capacitor parts.
It is a voltage material that has the function of vibrating when an electrical signal is applied, and converting it into an electrical signal.
Ceramic magnetic body (magnet). High permeability, high electrical resistance and wear resistance.
Excellent heat resistance and thermal shock resistance, especially creep resistance.
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