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Microstructure and interface characteristics of 17-4PH/YSZ components after Co-Sintering and hydrothermal corrosion

: Günther, Anne; Moritz, Tassilo; Mühle, Uwe

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Ceramics. Online journal 3 (2020), Nr.2, S.245-257
ISSN: 2571-6131
Zeitschriftenaufsatz, Elektronische Publikation
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interface; metal / ceramic material compound; hybrid materials; stainless steel; zirconia; co-sintering; co-shaping; multimaterial compound; hydrothermal corrosion; tape casting

Combining stainless steel with zirconia components by powder technological shaping routes for manufacturing of multifunctional parts is an advantageous and promising one-step method making expensive and time-consuming additional joining steps redundant. However, several requirements for co-shaping and co-sintering of the very different compound partners have to be met. The microstructural and chemical constitution of the interface between both materials plays an important role for the mechanical properties, durability and corrosion resistance of the manufactured parts. In the present study, different shaping techniques for co-shaping of stainless steel and zirconia are introduced. The microstructure and the interphase properties of metal/ceramic hybrid parts have been investigated for samples made by tape casting, subsequent lamination and co-sintering. Nevertheless, the results of this study are valid for components made by other hybrid shaping processes as well. The interfaces were characterized by TEM, FESEM, EDX, and X-ray diffraction. Furthermore, the hydrothermal stability of the material compound was investigated.