Modification of refractory ceramic composites with coatings based on compounds of titanium and zirconium
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This article describes the properties and features of formation of modifying coatings developed for refractory materials on the basis of compounds of titanium and zirconium. It also explains the principles behind the interaction of the resulting composites with melts of metallurgical slag and borosilicate glass.
Keywordsmodification composite coating magnetron sputtering contact angle
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The studies discussed here were conducted within the framework of the Federal Incentive Program “Scientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Cadre for an Innovative Russia” for the period 2009 – 2013. The overriding objective of the studies was “The Development and Processing of Composite Ceramic Materials,” GK No. P398.
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