Novel Environment Friendly Method of Preparing Nanoreinforced Composites Based on Metallic, Ceramic and Polymer Matrixes – Superdeep Penetration

  • S. Usherenko
  • O. Figovsky
Conference paper
Part of the NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics book series (NAPSB)

At superdeep penetration (SDP) process of penetration of discrete micro-particles and stitching of metals, ceramics and polymers by the synthesized filaments, on depths in tens and hundreds millimeters is realized. Contrary to the basic models at SDP intensive energy release is observed: local melting, synthesis, radiation and forming of massive composite materials. Process of SDP occurs in the boundaries of the closed system. Products of interaction for example, carbon and silicon are saved in volume of preform and don't organize harmful waste at manufacture. The massive composite material is formed in a pulse regime and modified in volume by nano and micro structural elements. Manufacture of a durable material does not demand traditional process of sintering.


stitching SDP chemical compounds structure reorganization 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Usherenko
    • 1
  • O. Figovsky
    • 1
  1. 1.Polymate Ltd.International Nanotechnology Research CenterMigdal Ha EmekIsrael

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