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Reaction Sintering

In advanced ceramics: reaction sintering reaction sintering, or reaction bonding, is an important means of producing dense covalent ceramics. reaction-bonded silicon nitride (rbsn) is made from finely divided silicon powders that are formed to shape and subsequently reacted in a mixed nitrogen/hydrogen or nitrogen/helium atmosphere at 1,200 to.
Reaction sintering can be defined as a fabrication process in which two or more components of the required compound react together during the sintering operation (waldron and daniell 1978, national technical information service 1986, washburn and coblenz 1988).the final ceramic product may result from a solid-solid, solid-liquid or a solid-gas reaction.
In addition, liquid-phase sintering, a method of densifying powders that is common in traditional ceramic processing, is seldom employed. instead, advanced ceramics are densified by transient-liquid sintering (also referred to as reactive-liquid sintering) or solid-state sintering (described later in this article).
In addition, liquid-phase sintering, a method of densifying powders that is common in traditional ceramic processing, is seldom employed. instead, advanced ceramics are densified by transient-liquid sintering (also referred to as reactive-liquid sintering) or solid-state sintering (described later in this article).

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    The reaction sintering process of silicon carbide (sisic) ceramics is also used for high temperature vacuum sintering of special ceramic materials, hard alloys, ceramic metal composites and alloy materials composed of refractory metals. the high-temperature sintering process for materials ensures heat-resistance and insulation reliability design.

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