Results of a study of the interaction and parameters of the fine structure in the titanium carbide – diamond – nickel – molybdenum system near the titanium carbide – carbon (diamond) eutectic are presented after the action of a pressure of 5.7 GPa and a temperature of 1820 – 2300 K on the original powders. It is shown that molybdenum in a free state is virtually absent in the system. Its major part seems to dissolve in nickel. As a result of the action of high pressure and subsequent cooling in a high-pressure chamber, titanium carbide and nickel are shown to undergo high plastic deformations. In the opinion of the authors, the interaction that occurs in the system should cause a considerable strain hardening of the material and improvement of its mechanical properties.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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