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Particles Size Analysis - SiC/Fe
|Product||Silicon Carbide Iron Composite|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Silicon Carbide Iron Composite was tested successfully.|
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Silicon carbide iron composite using direct metal laser sintering technology. Metallographic studies, friction and wear test using pin-on-disc have been carried out on both the matrix metal and its composites. Silicon carbide has been successfully dispersed in iron matrix by laser sintering. Increased content of SiC in iron matrix has resulted in significant improvement of both hardness and wear resistance. Lower the sintering speed, higher is the hardness and wear resistance of both the matrix metal and its composites.
Silicon Carbide Iron Composite: Iron have great potential for a variety of applications out of which composite reinforcement is the most promising one. Silicon carbide (SiC) with its unique properties is expected to enable significant enhancements in the existing properties of CNTs to a far-ranging variety of applications and systems.
Silicon Carbide Iron Composite: Silicon carbide based advanced ceramics are the leading materials for a number of applications in aeronautics, energy, electronics, nuclear, and transportation industries. Specifically SiC based materials are able to preserve durable working capability when exposed to radiation at high temperatures and in aggressive environments. Silicon carbide ceramics have high stiffness and excellent thermal stability with low density, but their brittleness impedes their use as structural materials. Because of their exceptional resilience, Iron might be desirable as reinforcement for ceramics. The combination of this metal with a ceramic matrix could potentially create composites that have high temperature stability as well as exceptional toughness and creep resistance.
Silicon Carbide Iron Composite: Due to the extraordinary electronic, mechanical, chemical, thermal, magnetic, and optical properties, Iron, has been considered as a new filler for polymer, metal, and ceramic matrix composites with the main purpose of improving their mechanical performance, fracture behavior, and functional features. Silicon Carbide Nanocomposites reinforced with iron were developed by well-established powder metallurgy to study microhardness and tribological properties.
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