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  • Ceramic Electronic and IC Packaging Design Guide
    , or. “co-fired,” at temperatures as high. grinding, lapping and ultrasonic. MIL-I-45208. in some cases, on the fired ceramic. as 1600°C in a careful y control ed. machining are available for applications. Chemical Milling. RoHS Directive Compliant. Likewise, ceramic powders can be. atmosphere. During
  • The nuts and bolts of ceramic fasteners
    Few fasteners can beat threaded ceramics nuts and bolts when it comes to withstanding heat, pressure, and corrosive environments. Just don't torque them too tight. A wide variety of ceramic nuts, bolts, and washers can be made out of alumina or zirconia. Green or unfired bolts are longer than
  • Case Study: power plant solves a feeding problem by installing ceramic-lined rotary feeders
    by installing ceramic-lined rotary. valves in a limestone injection system. 2. Long life, minimal. maintenance. “after a year of. AC Power manages and operates a coal-fired power plant. near Colver, Pennsylvania, that burns high-sulfur bituminous. use, we found that. coal to generate more than 100
  • AN0016 Micro-sectioning of Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors
    of 7. Micro sectioning of MLCC. Issue 3. Ceramic materials as used to manufacture Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors vary greatly in. fired structure. Some materials produce a denser structure than others after fire, and grain. size can vary significantly. This means that ceramic materials can behave
  • M567: CR-15 Packaging Handling and Mounting Procedures
    The CR-15 is a high frequency, low thermal resistancepackage, which should be given special attention during cavity design and package mounting, to insure proper electrical and thermal performance. The package consists of a co-fired ceramic construction with a coppertungsten base and iron-nickel
  • AN0001 Polymer Termination
    of Using FlexiCapTM. Sintered termination materials are fired onto the ceramic body of the component at. approximately 800ºC. The result is a very hard material that provides minimal protection. to the ceramic body of the component with respect to mechanical strain when the. component is situated
  • Integrated Filters Deliver Superior Performance
    advantages too. Syfer combines its. well-proven low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) technology with established. manufacturing expertise and an advanced microwave component design capability to produce. complex passive RF and microwave components as single chip devices. Advanced manufacture
  • Medical Device Link .
    Ceramics Have Medical Device Makers All Fired Up With the increasing demand for miniaturized ceramic components with complex geometries, ceramic injection molding (CIM) --a form of powder injection molding --has surged to the fore. Key to forming intricate features, CIM is used to make an array

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