各種ろう材を用いて接合したモリブデンと炭素系セラミックスの破断強度 Fracture Strength of the Joints between Molybdenum and Carbon-Ceramics by Using Various Brazing Materials
Development of a markedly excellent heat-resisting material may be possible by the combination of refractory metals and high-temperature ceramics. In this study joining between single-crystalline molybdenum and carbon-ceramics whose chemical composition and/or microstructure had been controlled was carried out by using precious metals (palladium, platinum) or active metal (zirconium). Fracture strength of the brazed joint was evaluated by the three-point bend tests at room temperature. Then the relation between the joint strength and the microstructure and/or chemical composition in and near the brazed layer was discussed.
粉体および粉末冶金 45(4), 356-361, 1998-04-15
Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy