Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics: A Feasibility Study

Georg Menge, Hannes Lorenz, Zongwen Fu, Franziska Eichhorn, Florian Schader, Kyle G. Webber, Tobias Fey, Peter Greil, Nahum Travitzky

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Preceramic paper may serve as a preform to manufacture single sheet as well as multilayer porous ferroelectric ceramic products. In this article, the authors discuss the formation, microstructure, and properties of preceramic papers highly loaded with BaTiO3 filler ranging from 70 to 80 vol% and their conversion into ceramic materials. In order to increase the density of the single sheets, post calendering is applied. These sheets are used for the fabrication of multilayer ceramics using warm lamination technique. After binder burnout and sintering up to 1300 °C for 2 h in air, porous paper-derived multilayer BaTiO3 is obtained. The effect of ceramic filler content and calendering on the residual porosity in sintered samples is studied. Furthermore, the influence of porosity on the microstructure, mechanical, dielectric, and piezoelectric properties of the sintered BaTiO3 ceramics is investigated.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1800052
JournalAdvanced Engineering Materials
Volume20
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2018

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Ferroelectric ceramics
Calendering
Multilayers
ceramics
Fillers
Porosity
Ceramic products
Microstructure
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porosity
Sintering
burnout
microstructure
preforms
Fabrication
laminates
dielectric properties
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Keywords

  • microstructure
  • multilayer BaTiO
  • piezoelectric properties
  • preceramic paper

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Menge, G., Lorenz, H., Fu, Z., Eichhorn, F., Schader, F., Webber, K. G., ... Travitzky, N. (2018). Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics: A Feasibility Study. Advanced Engineering Materials, 20(7), [1800052]. https://doi.org/10.1002/adem.201800052

Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics : A Feasibility Study. / Menge, Georg; Lorenz, Hannes; Fu, Zongwen; Eichhorn, Franziska; Schader, Florian; Webber, Kyle G.; Fey, Tobias; Greil, Peter; Travitzky, Nahum.

In: Advanced Engineering Materials, Vol. 20, No. 7, 1800052, 01.07.2018.

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Menge, G, Lorenz, H, Fu, Z, Eichhorn, F, Schader, F, Webber, KG, Fey, T, Greil, P & Travitzky, N 2018, 'Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics: A Feasibility Study', Advanced Engineering Materials, vol. 20, no. 7, 1800052. https://doi.org/10.1002/adem.201800052
Menge G, Lorenz H, Fu Z, Eichhorn F, Schader F, Webber KG et al. Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics: A Feasibility Study. Advanced Engineering Materials. 2018 Jul 1;20(7). 1800052. https://doi.org/10.1002/adem.201800052
Menge, Georg ; Lorenz, Hannes ; Fu, Zongwen ; Eichhorn, Franziska ; Schader, Florian ; Webber, Kyle G. ; Fey, Tobias ; Greil, Peter ; Travitzky, Nahum. / Paper-Derived Ferroelectric Ceramics : A Feasibility Study. In: Advanced Engineering Materials. 2018 ; Vol. 20, No. 7.
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