Refractory Carbides

  • Grigorii V. Samsonov

Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Some Problems in the Theory of the Properties of Carbides

  3. Methods of Producing Carbides and Carbide-Base Alloys

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 13-13
    2. T. Ya. Kosolapova, G. N. Makarenko
      Pages 15-21
    3. T. A. Lyudvinskaya, V. S. Sinel’nikova, T. Ya. Kosolapova, V. P. Sergeev
      Pages 39-46
    4. M. M. Antonova, L. N. Bazhenova, I. I. Timofeeva
      Pages 47-57
    5. B. D. Gurevich, L. B. Nezhevenko, V. I. Groshev, A. P. Gudovich
      Pages 59-66
  4. Methods of Producing Components of Carbides and Alloys Based on Them

  5. Refractory-Carbide Coatings

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 105-105
    2. A. N. Shurshakov, V. S. Dergunova, G. A. Meerson, B. A. Sizov
      Pages 125-132
  6. Phase Diagrams of Systems Containing Carbon

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 141-141
    2. V. N. Eremenko, T. Ya. Velikanova, S. V. Shabanova
      Pages 143-155
    3. L. A. Tret’yachenko, S. A. Komarova, V. N. Eremenko
      Pages 157-163
    4. Yu. N. Vil’k, S. S. Ordan’yan, A. A. Murav’ev, A. G. Miroshnichenko, Yu. A. Omel’chenko
      Pages 165-171
  7. Physical Properties of Carbides

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 173-173
    2. M. I. Korsunskii, Ya. E. Genkin, V. G. Lifshits
      Pages 175-178
    3. E. A. Zhurakovskii, N. N. Vasilenko
      Pages 179-185
    4. E. A. Zhurakovskii
      Pages 187-200
    5. E. A. Zhurakovskii, V. P. Dzeganovskii, T. N. Bondarenko
      Pages 201-208
    6. M. S. Koval’chenko, V. V. Ogorodnikov, A. G. Krainii, L. F. Ochkas
      Pages 209-220
    7. V. S. Neshpor, V. P. Nikitin, V. V. Rabotnov
      Pages 221-229
    8. V. A. Petrov, V. Ya. Chekhovskoi, A. E. Sheindlin, I. I. Kashekhlebova, V. A. Nikolaeva, L. P. Fomina
      Pages 231-238
    9. V. L. Yupko, G. N. Makarenko, Yu. B. Paderno
      Pages 251-259
    10. E. N. Denbnovetskaya, S. N. L’vov
      Pages 275-282
    11. I. G. Barantseva, V. N. Paderno
      Pages 283-285
  8. Thermodynamic Properties of Carbides

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 315-315
    2. E. A. Guseva, A. S. Bolgar, V. A. Gorbatyuk, V. V. Fesenko
      Pages 317-322
    3. V. V. Torshina, G. N. Smolina, S. L. Dobychin, R. G. Avarbe, Yu. N. Vil’k
      Pages 335-339
    4. V. N. Eremenko, G. M. Lukashenko, R. I. Polotskaya
      Pages 347-351
    5. V. A. Kirillin, A. E. Sheindlin, V. Ya. Chekhovskoi
      Pages 353-358
  9. Mechanical and Abrasive Properties of Carbides

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 359-359

About this book


The present stage of technological development makes new and ever more complex demands on materials that have to work under conditions of high temperature and pressure, in high vacuum, and in corrosive media. In consequence special importance is now at­ tached to the refractory compounds of transition metals of groups IV to VI with such nonmetals as boron, carbon, silicon, and nitro­ gen. These compounds possess high melting points, great hard­ ness, and high refractory and corrosion-resisting properties. The most widely used and important compounds of this type from a technological point of view are the carbides, which are already fairly widely used in various fields of technology. The present collection of papers contains the results of re­ cent investigations into methods of producing high-purity carbides and also components made of the carbides and their alloys. Great attention has been paid to the study of a wide range of properties of the carbides and of alloys based on them, viz., the electro-and thermophysical, thermodynamic, mechanical, and chemical prop­ erties, and also to the utilization of the carbides as wear-and abrasion-resistant materials. In contrast to many previous publications dealing with carbides, the results presented in this collection relate to the properties of carbides having a definite phase composition, corresponding to a higher degree of purity 0 In some of the contributions the physical and chemical properties of the carbides are interpreted in terms of certain solid-state models and concepts concerning the types of chemical bonding in these compounds.


X-ray alloy ceramics corrosion development material materials metallic materials metals refractories refractory refractory material silicon solid temperature

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  1. 1.Institute of Problems in Materials ScienceAcademy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSRKievUSSR

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