HEAT RESISTANT LAMINATED COMPOSITES FROM METAL FOILS WITH PYRO-CARBON, SILICON-CARBON AND CARBIDE COATINGS
Published: 23 Sep 2020
Abstract: The work combines three different methods for producing coatings with carbon and silicon pyrolytic carbon coating on niobium, solid-phase carbide coatings on metal foils using thermally expanded graphite, and silicon-carbon coating from the vapor phase. If the first and last coatings have been known for a relatively long time, the solid-phase method of applying carbide coatings to metal foils using TE-graphite tapes has been used only recently by us. A unifying factor is the solid-phase synthesis of heat-resistant layered composites using metal foils with coatings obtained by each of the methods described in this work as starting elements.
Keywords: pyrocarbon, carbide coating, silicon coating, layered composite, solid phase method, diffusion welding, multilayer structure, intermetallic compound,
Cite this article: Valery P. Korzhov. HEAT RESISTANT LAMINATED COMPOSITES FROM METAL FOILS WITH PYRO-CARBON, SILICON-CARBON AND CARBIDE COATINGS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Materials, Methods & Technologies 14, 284-299 (2020). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002128/
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