What Are Engineering Ceramics？
Engineering ceramics, also known as advanced ceramics, precision ceramics, Technical ceramics, etc., refer to the use of high-purity, ultra-fine synthetic or selected inorganic compounds as raw materials, with excellent mechanical, sound, light, thermal, electrical, biological and other characteristics Ceramics. Engineering ceramics are different from traditional ceramics in terms of raw materials and processes. The specific fine structure makes them have a series of advantages such as high strength, high hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, insulation, superconductivity, and biocompatibility, and are widely used In the fields of national defense, chemical industry, metallurgy, electronics, machinery, aviation, aerospace, biomedicine, etc.
Engineering Ceramics And Its Types
Engineering ceramics can be divided into two categories according to their characteristics and uses: structural ceramics and functional ceramics. Structural ceramics refers to ceramics that can be used as engineering structural materials. It has high strength, high hardness, high elastic modulus, high temperature resistance, wear resistance, thermal shock resistance, etc.; functional ceramics refers to electronic, superconducting, magnetic , Optical, energy storage, biological and other characteristics of ceramics.