Advanced engineering ceramics and composites : selected, by Takashi Goto; Yi-Bing Cheng; Takashi Akatsu; Nihon

By Takashi Goto; Yi-Bing Cheng; Takashi Akatsu; Nihon Seramikkusu Kyōkai

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Vol. 81 (1998), p. 3136. L. Ogbuji, T. Mitchell, A. Heuer, S. Shinozaki: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 64 (1981), p. 100. Key Engineering Materials Vol. uk Keywords: silicon carbide, friction surface, friction layer, ductile deformation Abstract. Carbon-fibre reinforced carbon-silicon carbide composites (Cf/C-SiC) has increasingly drawn the attention of designers and engineers of transport vehicles and friction components due to the outstanding combination of low density and high tolerance to mechanical/thermal damage across a wide range of temperatures.

H. Xu, T. Bhatia, S. Deshpande, N. Padture, A. Ortiz, F. Cumbrera: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 84 (2001), p. 1578. Y. Kim, M. Mitomo, H. Emoto, J. Lee: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 81 (1998), p. 3136. L. Ogbuji, T. Mitchell, A. Heuer, S. Shinozaki: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 64 (1981), p. 100. Key Engineering Materials Vol. uk Keywords: silicon carbide, friction surface, friction layer, ductile deformation Abstract. Carbon-fibre reinforced carbon-silicon carbide composites (Cf/C-SiC) has increasingly drawn the attention of designers and engineers of transport vehicles and friction components due to the outstanding combination of low density and high tolerance to mechanical/thermal damage across a wide range of temperatures.

Shinozaki: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 64 (1981), p. 100. Key Engineering Materials Vol. uk Keywords: silicon carbide, friction surface, friction layer, ductile deformation Abstract. Carbon-fibre reinforced carbon-silicon carbide composites (Cf/C-SiC) has increasingly drawn the attention of designers and engineers of transport vehicles and friction components due to the outstanding combination of low density and high tolerance to mechanical/thermal damage across a wide range of temperatures. However, the lack of enough understanding of tribology and hands-on experience in application could create pitfalls for composites design, and be disappointed in engineering application.

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