Oxidation resistance in structural ceramics based on refractory materials
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Refractory oxygen-free compounds with a melting point above 2500°C show promise for development of thermostressed ceramic materials. The individual use of oxygen-free materials is limited because of their low-temperature oxidability which poses problems for manufacturing technology. Refractory oxide constituents with high thermodynamic stability make it possible to enhance the oxidation resistance of oxygen-free components of a composite system and to allow their use at higher temperatures.
KeywordsOxidation Resistance Refractory Material Oxynitride Zirconium Hydroxide High Thermodynamic Stability
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