Production of metal composite materials
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A low activity of components with respect to each other and a significant difference in their CLTEs presents certain difficulties in the production of metal ceramic composites based on an argillaceous matrix with a high content of metallic filler. The performed studies have made it possible to develop a technology for producing such materials and identify the physicochemical processes responsible for the physicomechanical and service properties of composites.
KeywordsComposite Material Ceramic Composite Physicochemical Process Service Property Metal Ceramic Composite
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