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Sintering: Quiz


Question 1: The powder compact (if a ________) can be created by slip casting into a plaster mould, then the final green compact can be machined if necessary to final shape before being heated to sinter.
SolidCeramicCeramic engineeringCeramic materials

Question 2: [2] Many nonmetallic substances also sinter, such as glass, ________, zirconia, silica, magnesia, lime, ice, beryllium oxide, ferric oxide, and various organic polymers.
Aluminium hydroxideAluminium oxideAluminiumAluminium chloride

Question 3: Sintering is a method for making objects from powder, by heating the material in a sintering furnace[1] below its ________ (solid state sintering) until its particles adhere to each other.
LiquidBoiling pointMelting pointPhase transition

Question 4: The word "sinter" comes from the ________ Sinter, a cognate of English "cinder".
Gothic languageMiddle High GermanOld High GermanOld English

Question 5: For materials that have relatively high melting points, by comparison to other materials of the same type, such as ________ and tungsten, sintering is one of the few viable manufacturing processes.
PolytetrafluoroethyleneNomexWallace CarothersDuPont

Question 6: ________ is possible with graded metal-ceramic composites, with a nanoparticle sintering aid and bulk molding technology.
SiliconCarbonCeramic engineeringSintering

Question 7: Sintering is traditionally used for manufacturing ________ objects, and has also found uses in such fields as powder metallurgy.
Ceramic engineeringCeramicSolidCeramic materials

Question 8: Some ceramic raw materials have a lower affinity for water and a lower plasticity index than ________, requiring organic additives in the stages before sintering.
Soil liquefactionSandClaySoil

Question 9: Sintering is part of the firing process used in the manufacture of ________ and other ceramic objects.
Stained glassCollagePotteryCeramic art


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