cermet


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cermet

A portmanteau of ceramic and metal, for a composite which has the best of both materials. The most useful medical cermets are bioceramics, which are used for prosthetic joints and other orthopaedic hardware.
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Investigation on Hole Manufacture in 42CrMo4 Steel Using 3-flute Carbide Drills and 6-flute Cermet Reamers.
Research in the field of thick hard coatings is oriented to the production of composite powder coatings based on recycled cermet powders and commercial Ni- and Fe-based alloy powders and aimed to applications in such cost-sensitive areas as mining, energy production etc.
PComP cermet coatings have been engineered for high-wear equipment rebuilding applications.
Preliminary results indicate that this cermet is up to 40 percent more fracture resistant than conventional, less structured arrangements of the same materials, Sarikaya says.
stated: "MesoCoat received this contract after completing extensive field testing and qualification which confirmed the superior properties of our tungsten carbide (WC) based PComP nanocomposite cermet materials, compared to other commercially available coating materials.
Tenders are invited for Cermet Finishing Insert Ccmt 09T304 Coated Grade P05 To P20
Special grade cermet tips to deliver exceptional heat and wear resistance in the target metals.
When abrasion is combined with oxidation or chemical corrosion, the chromium carbide cermet is highly superior to tungsten carbide hardmetal [1].
Among the topics are whether the hydrolysis of aluminum nitride is a problem or an advantage, fabricating and characterizing cermet membrane for hydrogen separation, properties of silicon carbide ceramic from gelcasting and pressureless sintering, and vapor silicon infiltration for fiber reinforced silicon carbide matrix composites.