High temperature mechanical properties of BN particle dispersion SiC composites
November 12-16, 2017
Silicon carbide composites basically require weak fiber/matrix interphase like carbon or boron nitride (BN). The interphase material and its thickness are keys to determine mechanical properties. However precise control is the critical issue in terms of large scale production and material cost. The interphase is the weakest link for the environmental effects. The SiC composites were developed by applying BN particle dispersion in SiC matrix without the interphase. The objective is to understand the high temperature mechanical properties of the SiC composites.
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Tatsuya Hinoki, Kanjiro Kawasaki, Fujio Shinoda, and Kazuya Shimoda, "High temperature mechanical properties of BN particle dispersion SiC composites" in "Composites at Lake Louise 2017", Eric Duoss, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA Waltraud M. Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2017). http://dc.engconfintl.org/composites_all_2017/9