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Hardening of Metal Matrix Composites with Ceramic Nanoparticles

  • Victor M. CardenasEmail author
  • Carlos A. Villarreal B.
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Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 1195)

Abstract

The importance that in the last decades have acquired the composite materials of metallic matrix with reinforcements of nano ceramic particles, not only for their extraordinary mechanical properties, finding applications in different branches of industrial technology such as automotive, naval, aerospace and others. This work aims to show how the hardening of this type of materials depends on: the type of reinforcement, the size and its characteristics, the interaction of the dislocations with the defects, the process of obtaining these materials and the grain size of the matrix for the materials obtained by fusion or the particle size for those obtained by sintered compacting.

Keywords

Metals hardening Nanoparticles Nano compounds 

Nomenclature

MMC

Metal matrix compounds

PMC

Polymeric matrix compounds

CMC

Ceramic matrix compounds

CNT

Carbon nanotubes

MMNCs

Nanocomposite metal matrix materials

CTE

Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

Notes

Acknowledgment

We would like to thank the Technical University of the North for sponsoring the development of this research.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technical University of the NorthIbarraEcuador

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