Paper Title:
Microstructure and Properties of Mulite-FeCr Multifunctional Composite
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Mullite-based FeCr multifunctional composites were prepared by reducing (Fe, Cr)-doped mullite solid solution powders with different Cr/Fe ratio and successively hot pressing. Structural characterization revealed that the dispersion of intragranular FeCr alloy nanoparticles and intergranular iron grains in mullite matrix was obtained in nanocomposite powders. Dense mullite-FeCr composites were fabricated from nanocomposite powders by sintering at 1650 °C. The microstructures, mechanical and ferromagnetic properties of composites were strongly affected by the Cr/Fe ratio in initial solid solutions.

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Takashi Goto, Yibing Cheng, Zhengyi Fu and Lianmeng Zhang
Pages
81-84
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.66.81
Citation
H. Wang, W. M. Wang, Z. Y. Fu, "Microstructure and Properties of Mulite-FeCr Multifunctional Composite", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 66, pp. 81-84, 2009
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April 2009
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