Ceramic-and Carbon-matrix Composites by V.I. TrefilovCeramic-and Carbon-matrix Composites by V.I. Trefilov

Ceramic-and Carbon-matrix Composites

byV.I. Trefilov

Paperback | October 23, 2012

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A multi-authored, edited work. This volume forms a comprehensive treatise on the development, manufacture, testing and applications of a broad range of ceramic, glass ceramic and carbon matrix composite materials developed in the former Soviet Union. For each of these three classes of composite materials, background theory and extensive property data are also given.
Title:Ceramic-and Carbon-matrix CompositesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:444 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:October 23, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401045585

ISBN - 13:9789401045582

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Table of Contents

1 Ceramic-matrix composites.- 1.1 Structural materials.- 1.1.1 Theoretical fundamentals.- 1.1.2 Technology.- 1.1.3 Machining techniques.- 1.1.4 Joining (brazing) of ceramic materials.- 1.1.5 Mechanical properties.- 1.1.6 Engineering.- 1.2 Functional materials.- 1.2.1 Ceramic composites for electronics.- 1.2.2 Ferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, and high-temperature superconductors.- References.- 2 Glass ceramic-based composites.- 2.1 Glass ceramic-based materials reinforced with metallic fibres and nets.- 2.1.1 Moulding of materials.- 2.1.2 Thermomechanical properties of metallic Net-reinforced glass ceramics.- 2.1.3 Investigation of interaction at matrix-fibre interface.- 2.2 Ceramic fibre-reinforced glass ceramic composites.- 2.2.1 Reinforced glass ceramics.- 2.2.2 Mechanical and corrosion properties of reinforced glass ceramics after one-sided radiant heating.- 2.2.3 Chemical stability of glass ceramic-based composites at elevated temperatures.- 2.2.4 Structure of composites.- 2.3 Particle-filled glass ceramic-based materials.- 2.3.1 Filled glass ceramics.- 2.3.2 Composites with nonmetallic particles.- 2.3.3 Impact of microstructure of glass-ceramic matrices on properties of composites.- References.- 3 Carbon-Based Composites.- 3.1 Theoretical fundamentals of development of carbon-based composites.- 3.1.1 Structure of materials.- 3.1.2 Mechanics of carbon-carbon composites.- 3.1.3 Physicochemical features of carbon-carbon composites.- 3.2 Technology of product manufacture from carbon-based materials.- 3.2.1 Winding of preforms.- 3.2.2 Lay-up.- 3.2.3 Weaving of three-dimensional structures.- 3.2.4 Braiding.- 3.2.5 Assembling of multidirectional skeletons.- 3.2.6 Manufacturing technology for two-dimensional composites.- 3.2.7 Manufacturing technology for three-and four-dimensional composites.- 3.3 Structure and properties of composites.- 3.3.1 Properties and application of two-dimensional composites.- 3.3.2 Friction-purpose carbon-carbon composites.- 3.3.3 Three-and four-dimensional composites.- 3.4 Carbon-and carbide-matrix composites.- 3.4.1 Requirements for Structural Constituents of three-dimensionally reinforced high-temperature heat-resistant composites.- 3.4.2 Manufacturing technology for carbon fibre-refractory carbide composites.- 3.4.3 Mechanical properties of carbon fibre-silicon carbide materials.- 3.4.4 Heat resistance of carbon-carbide matrix materials.- References.