Production of Ti3SiC2-based materials by SHS forced compaction of layered composite Ti–SiC
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A new method of synthesizing ceramic composite materials based on Ti3SiC2 using non-powder reaction compositions of titanium and silicon carbide was developed. Aceramic composite with a Ti3SiC2–TiSi2 matrix reinforced with SiC particles was obtained by SHS forced compaction of a multilayer packet of regularly packed layers of titanium foil and polymer film filled with silicon carbide particles. The particulars of the phase composition and microstructure of the material obtained were investigated.
Key wordsTi3SiC2 self-propagating high-temperature synthesis SHS compaction
The Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research provided the financial support for this work (Project No. 11-03-00529-a).
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