Ceramic processes and products II: Characteristics of ceramic solids 2. Structure of crystals 3. Structure of glass 4. Structural imperfections 5. Surfaces, interfaces, and grain boundaries 6. Atom mobility III: Development of microstructure in ceramics 7. Ceramic phase-equilibrium diagrams 8. Phase transformation, glass formation, and glass-ceramics 9. Reactions with and between solids Grain growth, sintering, and vitrification Microstructure of ceramics IV: Properties of ceramics Thermal properties Optical properties Plastic deformation, viscous flow, and creep Elasticity, anelasticity, and strength Thermal and compositional stresses Electrical conductivity Dielectric properties Magnetic properties.
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This work was made under the U. Corresponding author. ISSN: Issue 1. Pages January Download PDF. Ismael H. This item has received. Under a Creative Commons license. Article information. Show more Show less. Palabras clave:. Abstract In this study, a dense bioactive ceramic, with nominal composition wt. The flexural strength and elastic modulus values of the composite are similar to those of cortical human bone. In addition, a simulation of the dissolution properties of the different phases present in the material in SBF was carried out by thermodynamic calculations, with the purpose of understanding the in vitro results obtained.
Subsequently, partial dissolution of the remaining diopside occurred and the porous surface of the ceramic became coated by a bone-like apatite layer after 7 days in SBF. Tricalcium phosphate. Introduction Calcium phosphate based bioceramics have been in use in medicine and dentistry for 30 years. Diopside has also been reported to be able to closely bond to bone tissue when implanted in rabbits. Control of the surface reactivity of bioactive ceramics to surrounding body fluids is essential in the design of novel bone-repairing materials, because apatite formation on bioactive materials is governed by the dissolution of constituents from the materials and the nucleation of hydroxyapatite on the resultant surface.
Moreover, bone formation will be stimulated by the presence of silicon and magnesium  , . These authors observed the formation of a bone-like apatite layer on the interface between the simulated body fluid and the material. Acta Biomater. Part II: evaluation of biological response.
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Generally, for problems under the conditions of convection and radiation, the critical rupture temperature difference is negatively correlated with the thickness [ 5 , 20 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 26 ]. Thus, it is quite reasonable that the values of the critical rupture temperature difference decrease with the increase of plate thickness.
However, it is not applicable to all cases.
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It would bring large deviations and errors when not used in accordance with the thermal environment. So, it is absolutely necessary to adjust the stress reduction factor based on the different thermal shock situations. Nevertheless, further experimental validation is also needed in the near future. In the case of heating conditions, Figure 7 and Figure 8 show the same conclusion: the second TSR parameter and critical rupture temperature difference changed in totally different ways.
Besides, the theoretical results agreed well with the numerical simulation ones in Figure 4 , Figure 5 and Figure 7.