Aspects of the problem of creating ceramic-matrix composites (CMC) in Si3N4 – SiCf and Si3N4 – Cf systems with high strength and crack resistance under the conditions of hot pressing are considered. Results of an evaluation of physicomechanical properties and a detailed study of the microstructure of CMC by electron and optical microscopy and fractographic analysis are presented. A complex analysis of the microstructure has shown the general rules of its formation in CMC and the behavior of SiC and C fibers of various types under the conditions of the developed technology. The level of the properties of CMC in the studied systems seems to be improvable by the creation of an interphase layer that controls the cohesion between the fibers and the matrix and by optimization of its composition.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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