Consolidation and mechanical properties of nanostructured MoSi2-SiC-Si3N4 from mechanically activated powder by high frequency induction heated sintering
- Consolidation and mechanical properties of nanostructured MoSi2-SiC-Si3N4 from mechanically activated powder by high frequency induction heated sintering
- 손인진; 이동목; 도정만; 윤진국; 고인용
- Ceramics; Composites; Sintering; Nanostructured materials
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- Materials science & engineering. A, Structural materials : properties, microstructure and processing
- VOL 528, NO 3, 1212-1215
- A dense nanostructured MoSi2–SiC–Si3N4 composite was sintered by the high frequency induction heating
method within 2 min from mechanically activated powder of Mo2N, Mo2C and Si. Highly dense
MoSi2–SiC–Si3N4 composite was produced under simultaneous application of a 80MPa pressure and
the induced current. Mechanical properties and grain size of the composite were investigated. The average
hardness and fracture toughness values obtained were 1420 kg/㎟ and 4.5 MPa m1/2, respectively.
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