Papers by Author: Jie Zhang

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Authors: Jie Zhang, Deng Xue Wu, Xiang Hui Chang, Tie Cheng Lu, Yi Hang Jiang, Jian Guo Zhu
Abstract: Dielectric constant and dielectric dissipation of MgAl2O4 transparent nano-ceramics were measured at different frequencies. The results indicated that the transparent nano-ceramic has a very low dielectric constant and low dielectric dissipation in frequency range of 1K~9MHz, but the dissipation of is independent of frequency. The dielectric constant of the transparent nano-ceramic does not vary signifycantly with temperature.
Authors: Xiang Hui Chang, Duan Wei He, Jie Zhang, Yong Tao Zou, Jiang Hua Wang, Tie Cheng Lu
Abstract: Nano-sized MgAl2O4 powders were treated at 500~1000 oC in a vacuum of 10-3Pa for 2 h, and then sintered at 500~900 oC under 1~6 GPa. The powders with and without vacuum-heat-treatment were investigated by means of Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) and Sedimentation Test. It was found that the vacuum-heat-treatment of nano powder could effectively get rid of the absorbed gas on the surface of nano-particles. Bulk nanostructured transparent ceramics without cracks were sintered easily with the treated nano-sized powder. The success rate of nano-sinterning of bulk transparent ceramics was greatly increased when a suitable vacuum-heat-treatment process was used for the starting nano-sized powder.
Authors: Tie Cheng Lu, Xiang Hui Chang, Jie Zhang, Jian Qi Qi, Xiang Jie Luo
Abstract: The transparent nanocrystalline MgAl2O4 spinel ceramics were synthesized at lowtemperature and high-pressure conditions with low-cost nano-sized MgAl2O4 powder. The sintering characteristics of transparent nano-ceramics were investigated at 500~700oC under 2 ~ 5 GPa. The optimal sintering condition for preparing transparent nano-ceramics was determined. The microstructure and phase composition of powder, as well as the microstructures, morphologies, optical properties, densities and mechanical properties of synthetic ceramics were investigated. The grain sizes of the synthetic ceramics are less than 100 nm, far smaller than those of usual transparent micron-ceramics, and the average grain size depends on the pressure and temperature. The transmittance at the saturation plateau can near 80%. The relative densities of all samples are less than 99%, however, they are highly transparent. The toughness, derived from energy dissipation, of the transparent nano-ceramics was investigated and was compared with that of transparent micron-ceramic.
Authors: Bing Lu, Xiao Feng Lu, Zhen Zhang, Jie Zhang, Hong Bu, Jing Qiu Cheng, You Ping Li
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