Structurization of Titanium Carbide Ceramics Involving Master Alloys Containing Silicon Carbide, Silicon Nitride, and Iron Silicide
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The paper studies the structurization of titanium carbide ceramics with additions of synthesized superfine SiC–Fe2O3 powder composites as master alloys under pressureless sintering. The superfine master alloy particles promoted a homogeneous structure in TiC0.7N0.3 titanium carbonitride and hardening of the resultant materials. The mechanical properties of the materials were examined.
Keywordssolid solution of carbon in silicon carbide titanium carbide titanium carbonitride iron oxide iron silicide
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