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Title MAX phases : microstructure, properties, and applications / It-Meng (Jim) Low and Yanchun Zhou, editors.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2012]

Series Materials science and technologies
Materials science and technologies series.
Subject Ceramic metals.
Transition metal carbides.
Transition metal nitrides.
Phase rule and equilibrium.
Alt Name Low, It-Meng,
Zhou, Yanchun,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
English.
Contents MAX PHASES; MICROSTRUCTURE, PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS; MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGIES; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; SPARK PLASMA SINTERING (SPS), OR PULSE DISCHARGE SINTERING (PDS) OF MAX PHASES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPS OR PDS; 3. MAX 211 NITRIDE AND CARBIDES; (A) Ti2AlN; (B) Ti2AlC; (C) Cr2AlC; 4. MAX 312 CARBIDES; (A) Ti3SiC2; (B) Ti3AlC2; 5. MAX 413 CARBIDE; CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; SYNTHESIS OF TI-AL-C MAX PHASES BY ALUMINOTHERMIC REDUCTION PROCESS; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION.
2. ALUMINOTHERMY: OVERVIEW2.1. Railroad Tracks Welding; 2.2. Simulation of Nuclear Incidents; 2.3. Nanothermites; 2.4. Materials Synthesis; 2.4.1. Heat Production; 2.4.2. Cost Effectiveness; 2.4.3. Specific Synthesis; A) Coatings; B) Gravitational Thermites; 3. MAX PHASES PRODUCED BY SHS; 3.1. Influence of the Cooling Rate; 3.2. Influence of the Stoichiometry; 4. MAX PHASES PRODUCED BY THERMITE REACTIONS; 4.1. Results; 4.1.1. Velocity of the Reaction Front; 4.1.2. X-Ray Diffraction; 4.1.3. SEM Micrographs; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES.
REACTIVE INFILTRATION PROCESSING OF TI3ALC2 AND TI3SIC2-BASED COMPOSITESABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. NEAR NET-SHAPE FABRICATION PROCESS; 2.1. Three-Dimensional Printing; 2.2. Chemical Vapor Infiltration; 2.3. Reactive Melt Infiltration; 3. TI3ALC2 TOUGHENED TIAL3-AL2O3 COMPOSITES; 3.1. 3D Printing of Preforms; 3.2. Reactive Melt Infiltration and Composite Formation; 3.3. Mechanical Properties; 4. TI3SIC2 TOUGHENED C/C-SIC COMPOSITES; 4.1. Fiber Reinforced SiC Composites; 4.2. Thermodynamic Aspects; 4.3. Ti3SiC2 Toughened C/C-SiC Composite Manufacturing; 4.4. Mechanical Properties.
4.5. Friction BehaviorCONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Ti3Sn(1-X)AlXC2 MAX PHASE SOLID SOLUTIONS: FROM SYNTHESIS TO MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS; 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; 3.1. Microstructural Characterization; 3.2. Mechanical Properties; (A) Hardness and Young's Modulus of Ti3SnC2: Hardness Cartography Associated with Indent and Grain Identifications Using Optical Microscopy [50]; (B) Hardness and Young's Modulus of Ti3Sn(1-X)Alxc2(X0): Hardness Values Selected after Phase Identification of the Different Grains Using SEM.
(C) Ti3Sn(1-X)Alxc2 Hardness and Young's Modulus Variations with Tip Penetration Depth(D) Ti3Sn(1-X)Alxc2 Hardness and Young's Modulus Variations with Al Content; (E) Ti3Sn0.8Al0.2C2 Young's Modulus Variations with Temperature; 4. SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; FABRICATION OF TI3SIC2 BY SPARK PLASMA SINTERING; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FABRICATION OF TI3SIC2 BY SPARK PLASMA SINTERING; 3. FABRICATION OF HIGH-PURITY TI3SIC2 BY SPSWITH AL AS ADDITIVES; 3.1. Effect of Al Content on Synthesis of Ti3SiC2; 3.2. The Influence of Sintering Temperature; 3.3. Microstructure of Ti3SiC2 Samples.
ISBN 9781624173622 (ebook)
1624173624
9781613241820 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
1613241828 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
OCLC # 1162364194
Additional Format Print version: MAX phases New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2012. 9781613241820 (hardcover : alk. paper) (DLC) 2011010131



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