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Study on the Effect of Bonding Process of Silicon Nitride-Based Ceramics with Yb-β/Glass Composite Solders on the Structure and Properties of Joints

  • Chun-fang XiaoEmail author
  • Bing Han
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Abstract

Dense Si3N4 ceramics, porous/dense ceramics, SiC reinforced Si3N4 ceramics and other materials have been successfully bonded with Yb-β/glass composite solders. The effect of bonding process on the structure and properties of joints was studied.

Keywords

Yb-β/glass composite solder Si3N4-based ceramics Analysis of microstructure and morphology Joining technology 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Hunan Province. Item Number: 2017JJ5056. Entry name: Study on the mechanism of ultrasonic precision grinding of carbon fiber composites.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Changsha Aeronautical Vocational and Technical CollegeChangshaChina
  2. 2.Institute of Mechanical Engineering and AutomationLiaoning University of Science and TechnologyAnshanChina

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