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Fabrication of ultra high temperature ceramic matrix composites using a reactive melt infiltration process


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Author(s): Kütemeyer M, Schomer L, Helmreich T, Rosiwal S, Koch D
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Publication year: 2016
Volume: 36
Journal issue: 15
Pages range: 3647-3655
ISSN: 1873-619X
Language: English

Abstract

Fiber reinforced composites containing a ZrB matrix are prepared by reactive melt infiltration, using a Zr based intermetallic compound. The reactive melt infiltration process is further characterized by determining the contact angle of the different melt and preform elements. Two different methods for boron powder impregnation of the preforms, which form ZrB during ZrCu melt infiltration, are evaluated. Degradation of fibers and different fiber coatings for ZrCu melt are evaluated and the microstructure of the infiltrated samples is investigated by means of XRD and SEM.



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APA: Kütemeyer, M., Schomer, L., Helmreich, T., Rosiwal, S., & Koch, D. (2016). Fabrication of ultra high temperature ceramic matrix composites using a reactive melt infiltration process. Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 36(15), 3647-3655. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jeurceramsoc.2016.04.039

MLA: Kütemeyer, Marius, et al. "Fabrication of ultra high temperature ceramic matrix composites using a reactive melt infiltration process." Journal of the European Ceramic Society 36.15 (2016): 3647-3655.

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