SiC粒子分散によるムライトの高温強度特性の向上 [in Japanese] Improvement of High Temperature Strength of Mullite by Dispersion of SiC Particles [in Japanese]
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Mullite/SiC composite ceramics containing 20 vol% SiC particles (0.12-1.71μm) were prepared by hot-pressing at 1650°C under 35 MPa for 4h. The effect of SiC particle size on mechanical properties such as bending strength and plastic deformation behavior at high temperatures was investigated as a function of cross-head speed. Bending strength and yield stress of mullite/SiC composite ceramics were higher than those of monolithic mullite at high temperatures. Bending strength and yield stress at 1300°C decreased with decreasing cross-head speed. At 1300°C, mullite/SiC composite ceramics with SiC grain size of 0.56-0.76 μm showed the highest bending strength and yield stress, which are 30-80% higher than those of monolithic mullite. On the other hand, mullite/SiC composite ceramics with SiC grain size of 0.18 μm showed maximum plastic deformation.
- J. Jpn. Soc. Powder Powder Metallurgy
J. Jpn. Soc. Powder Powder Metallurgy 43(12), 1429-1434, 1996-12-15
Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy