cermet

See also: Cermet

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EtymologyEdit

Blend of ceramic and metal.

NounEdit

cermet (plural cermets)

  1. A composite material composed of ceramic and metal materials, used in such applications as industrial saws and turbine blades.
    • 2003, Stephen F. Krar, Arthur Gill, Exploring Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, page 3-2-14,
      The multi-component alloy cermets, made up of different hard materials and binder elements, have high wear-resistance qualities that result in long tool life.
    • 2009, Edmund Isakov, Cutting Data for Turning of Steel, page 114,
      Cutting performance of cermets was improved after development of titanium-molybdenum-carbon-nitrogen and titanium-tungsten-carbon-nitrogen compounds with binders containing nickel, molybdenum, cobalt, or a combination thereof (Ref 3, p.91).
    • 2011, Bikramjit Basu, Mitjan Kalin, Tribology of Ceramics and Composites: Materials Science Perspective, page 356,
      Among various tribological materials, cermets are known for their excellent wear resistance under unlubricated conditions.
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