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000083820 245__ $$aTubular La0.7Ca0.3Fe0.85Co0.15O3-delta Perovskite Membranes, Part I: Preparation and Properties
000083820 269__ $$a2006
000083820 260__ $$c2006
000083820 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000083820 520__ $$aDense tubular self-supporting La<sub>0.7</sub>Ca<sub>0.3</sub>Fe<sub>0.85</sub> Co<sub>0.15</sub>O<sub>3-δ</sub>perovskite membranes were prepared by thermoplastic extrusion. The rheological behavior of the ceramic mixture was studied. Non-deformed tubes of 10 and 5mm diameter and 0.3- 0.8mm wall thickness could be extruded. After sintering at 1100°C, the membranes reached a relative density of over 98% with an average grain size of =.25μm. Flexural strenght, elastic modulus, and fracture toughness of sintered perovskite ceramics were determined on test bars prepared by injection molding from a thermoplastic mixture identical to that used for extrusion. The room-temperature flexural strenght reached 215 MPa in fourpoint bending, and the fracture toughness was 1.6 MPa•m<SUP>0.5</SUP>
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000083820 700__ $$aTrunec, Martin
000083820 700__ $$aCihlar, Jaroslav
000083820 700__ $$0241617$$aDiethelm, Stefan$$g101146
000083820 700__ $$0240166$$aVan herle, Jan$$g107971
000083820 773__ $$j89$$k3$$q949-954$$tJournal of the American Ceramic Society
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