|About this Abstract
||MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
||Manufacturing and Processing of Advanced Ceramic Materials
||Investigation of Electrical Properties of BaTiO3-PEEK cComposite Processed by Cold Sintering
||Toshiki Okazaki, Clive A Randall
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Cold Sintering caused a significant change in the sintering temperature of the ceramics. Ceramic sintering at a low temperature of 300 °C or less has enabled a wide range of ceramic composite materials to be selected. In this study, PEEK was added to barium titanate, which is widely used as a dielectric material, and cold sintering was performed. Pellets made of barium titanate alone are brittle, and the flux (barium hydroxide octahydrate) used in cold sintering process easily absorbs moisture and tends to fluctuate in characteristics. The addition of PEEK is expected to provide advantages such as improved mechanical strength, moisture resistance, and improved breakdown field strength. These property improvements help improve reliability in the design of ceramic capacitors. We will introduce various characteristics and the formed microstructure.
||Planned: At-meeting proceedings