Directionally Crystallized Ceramicfiber-Reinforced Boride Composites

Directionally Crystallized Ceramicfiber-Reinforced Boride Composites Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 41, Nos. 11 – 12, 2000 DIRECTIONALLY CRYSTALLIZED CERAMIC FIBER-REINFORCED BORIDE COMPOSITES 1 1 1 Yu. B. Paderno, V. N. Paderno, and V. B. Filippov Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 11, pp.2–7, November, 2000. Contemporary materials science is directing more and temperature stability due to the virtually equilibrium thermo more attention to the creation of composite systems consist dynamic state of the entire system at the crystallization tem - - ing of metallic or polymer matrixes with continuous or dis perature. A typical feature of directionally crystallized com- crete fibers or whiskers uniformly distributed in them in or posites is a well-manifested structural anisotropy of the com- der to realize higher physicomechanical characteristics than ponent phases, which, in turn, causes anisotropy of the physi- those of the individual components forming them, for exam cal characteristics and makes it possible to form not only the ple, a high strength, crack resistance, heat resistance, resis material proper but also preforms for parts with a specific tance to abrasive wear, and other properties. Various and of orientation of the structure. ten quite contradictory properties can be realized in compo- Composite materials bearing oxides or oxygen-free http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

Directionally Crystallized Ceramicfiber-Reinforced Boride Composites

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2000 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Materials Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science, general; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Materials
ISSN
1083-4877
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1573-9139
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1011334230820
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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 41, Nos. 11 – 12, 2000 DIRECTIONALLY CRYSTALLIZED CERAMIC FIBER-REINFORCED BORIDE COMPOSITES 1 1 1 Yu. B. Paderno, V. N. Paderno, and V. B. Filippov Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 11, pp.2–7, November, 2000. Contemporary materials science is directing more and temperature stability due to the virtually equilibrium thermo more attention to the creation of composite systems consist dynamic state of the entire system at the crystallization tem - - ing of metallic or polymer matrixes with continuous or dis perature. A typical feature of directionally crystallized com- crete fibers or whiskers uniformly distributed in them in or posites is a well-manifested structural anisotropy of the com- der to realize higher physicomechanical characteristics than ponent phases, which, in turn, causes anisotropy of the physi- those of the individual components forming them, for exam cal characteristics and makes it possible to form not only the ple, a high strength, crack resistance, heat resistance, resis material proper but also preforms for parts with a specific tance to abrasive wear, and other properties. Various and of orientation of the structure. ten quite contradictory properties can be realized in compo- Composite materials bearing oxides or oxygen-free

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Refractories and Industrial CeramicsSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 7, 2004

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