Features of self-propagating high-temperature synthesis in a titanium-based system
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The combustion temperature and rate have been measured and the product structure has been examined to define the interactions in a system designed to produce a porous permeable material having a heterogeneous framework.
KeywordsCombustion Dynamical System Mechanical Engineer Product Structure Combustion Temperature
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