The influence of the structure and residual stresses on the strength of multilayer composite ceramic materials in the SiC – MeB2 system is studied. The composites are produced using slip casting of thin films, stacking and rolling of packets, and hot pressing. The use of β-SiC makes it possible to obtain SiC layers with a porous arch structure reinforced with columnar crystals. The high relaxation capacity of such structures eliminates the formation of cracks in fabrication of the material and provides a high strength. A thermal shock causes progressive local spalling with formation of spit-outs without macroscopic fracture of the material. A pilot process for fabricating multilayer ceramic composites is described.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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