Effect of Strong Shock Compression on Covalent Materials and High Pressure Sintering
It is very difficult to produce sintered compacts of high temperature covalent materials, such as Si3N4, TiC, BN and diamond having densities approaching theoretical. The present author and coworkers have studied very high pressure sintering of the above covalent materials. Since it was understood that shock conditioning of powders of covalent materials was effective for very high pressure sintering, as well as conventional sintering, the effect of shock compression on covalent materials was examined.
KeywordsBoron Nitride Shock Compression Shock Treatment Covalent Material Sintered Compact
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