Advanced engineering ceramics and composites : selected, by Takashi Goto; Yi-Bing Cheng; Takashi Akatsu; Nihon

By Takashi Goto; Yi-Bing Cheng; Takashi Akatsu; Nihon Seramikkusu Kyōkai

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30(2010), p. 3187 [3] H. Wu and Y. Wang, submitted to J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. htm Key Engineering Materials Vol. M. Y. S Ding1, 2, L. Gao1, 2, Z. cn Keywords: Machinability, c/sic composites, mechanical properties, CVI, PIP Abstract. Carbon fiber reinforced silicon carbide (C/SiC) composites are considered as one of the most potential thermal structure materials. However, the non-machinability of the three dimension woven fabric restrict the wide application of the c/sic composites. In this paper, we discuss the effect of machinability on the properties of 3D-c/sic composites, such as the modulus, mechanical properties, and so on.

1 Materials. The materials are supplied by Nanjing Fiberglass R&D Institute, the carbon fiber (T300,3k, Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) and polycarbosilane (PCS, National University of Defense Technology) are supplied respectively. 2 Procedure. The fabric perform is prepared by three dimensional braided method, the fiber volume fraction is about 40%. In the present experiment, isothermal chemical vapor infiltration is employed to prepared a thin layer of pyrolytic carbon on the surface of carbon fiber as interfacial layer with propane, Then the fabric perform is steeped in slurry, shaping, impregnation and pyrolysis, etc.

The observations seem to support that the transferred materials might have developed a strong bond with Si, but not SiC. For the later one, any visible transfered materials was likely sustained by the SiC around crators or cracks (Fig. 2(b)), which were likely created through the mechanical damage of SiC surface. To develop chemical bonding, high enough temperature should be a necessary condition. Whilst it is difficult to know the real friction temperature, we expect this temparture should be similar under same braking condition.

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