By making ceramic bearings out of ceramic, a team at the University of Wisconsin at Madison has shown that they can last 10 percent longer than previous ceramic bearings.
The researchers tested a new ceramic bearing material called BK-400.
That material has a very low porosity, making it suitable for making bearings for various applications, including electronic devices, automotive and marine applications.BK-600 is made of a ceramic material called boron nitride.
The borons are made of an oxygen-free, oxygen-containing carbon and hydrogen, which together combine to form an even more expensive compound called ferrocerium, which is used in magnets.
Ferroceria is also used in bearings for motors and bearings.
Researchers at the UW-Madison Materials Science and Engineering Department in conjunction with the University at Buffalo in New York, have used a mixture of the materials to make bearings for electronic devices and bearings for automotive applications.
BK has an extremely low porosities that help it withstand temperatures as low as minus 1,500 degrees Celsius, or minus 7,000 degrees Fahrenheit, which the researchers say is the right temperature for the ceramics that are used in the bearings.
This is a long-term study of a new material that can last up to 10 percent more than previous ceramically-based ceramic bearings in the same applications.
This new material is better at retaining heat than previous materials and can be made in much smaller quantities than ceramic bearings, according to the study.
It is also much cheaper to produce than ceramic, which typically costs about $3 to $4 per pound, according a press release.
The UW-Milwaukee researchers also showed that the material can also be used to make parts for motors that run on ceramic.
Boron Nitride Ceramic Bearing MaterialsIn the study, the team compared BK600 with boronic acid ceramicals that have similar porosides and porosity characteristics.
BN is a type of ceramic known as borotic acid.
Ceramics with bN tend to have very low surface areas and high porosity because of the high oxygen content.
However, they are also high in aluminum and zinc.
These ceramical bearings are made from a mixture between boronian acid and borotics, a combination of the two, according the press release and the researchers’ website.
The borones have a porosity of about one-third to one-half that of boronal acids, but are made out of a lower percentage of the elements that make up borony acid.
The resulting material has much less oxygen in it, which makes it more conductive and more resistant to corrosion.
The scientists used a method called nanotechnology to produce the ceramic bearings from the boronedion material.
A nanotechnology method involves using a combination to produce materials that are made to be specific to a specific function.
The researchers said that the process makes the ceramic stronger and more robust than previous ones.
The materials can be used in a wide variety of applications, from bearings for vehicles to electronic devices.
The materials are also used to build components that help motors run on electric motors, the researchers said.BKS 600 ceramic bearings are about the size of a single egg, and can withstand temperatures between minus 5,000 and minus 20,000 C. The bearings can also withstand temperatures up to minus 10,000 Celsius, and up to plus 500 degrees Fahrenheit.