Abed, A. and Smith, A.C. and Hendry, A. (1995) Interfacial behaviour in ceramic-metal composites. Silicates Industriels, 60 (11-12). pp. 313-319. ISSN 0037-5225Full text not available in this repository. (Request a copy from the Strathclyde author)
A series of experiments have been carried out to test the validity of a chemical thermodynamic approach to predicting the effect of nitrogen alloying of stainless steel on its interaction with silicon nitride during sintering of sialon ceramic matrix composites. The approach has been shown to be valid and several compositions of sialon-steel composites have been fabricated. The steel particle size and the amount of steel in the composite are also shown to have an influence on the extent of densification. Conditions are described for optimum sintering of this type of material which has been shown to have application in several areas including ceramic-metal joining.
|Keywords:||stainless steels, composite materials, sialons, particulate composites, powder technology, ceramic matrix composites, sintering, interface reactions, Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous), Ceramics and Composites|
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering|
|Depositing user:||Strathprints Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||05 May 2010 14:55|
|Last modified:||05 Sep 2014 00:50|
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