Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The incomplete union into a solid mass of the particles of a powder heated so that softening but not perfect fusion occurs.
“Researchers at the Univ. of Leicester, led by Professor Jingzhe Pan of the Department of Engineering, focused on a critical step in the manufacture of ceramics known as 'sintering'.”
“Ceramics are produced from firstly compacting powders into a solid, and then firing the powder compacts in a process called 'sintering'.”
“These are precision cast by injecting a powdered metal slurry into a mold, removing the binders, and then heating (sintering) the parts.”
“The first human crew (three or four) gets there and sets up shop, first sintering a landing pad so that you don't have to land landers km away from the outpost.”
“The sintering means that the stones are compressed to a solid; barium titanate is also used in capacitors in electrical circuits, and in stone form as the heating element in hair straighteners.”
“Mr. Koszo, who is Hungarian, learned of the sintering technology in an article published by the University of New South Wales, which helped him partner with scientists”
“German prosecutors also are investigating a separate allegation that Mr.S. and Mr.A. planned to ship a second vacuum sintering oven to Iran in 2008 via a shell company registered in an unnamed Asian country.”
“A spokesman for the Iranian Embassy in Berlin, Heidar Zadeh, said the indictment is based on a misunderstanding, because the vacuum sintering oven was intended for use by an Iranian ceramics firm.”
“The pair allegedly delivered a vacuum sintering oven to Iran in July 2007.”
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A colorhouse - a manufactory of colors for tints, dyes, pigments, paints, glazes, &c. Terms associated with the science and history of colormaking.
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