Electron Micro Technology Study on BN Fiber’s Microcosmic Structure and Mechanics Properties


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This paper uses transmission electron microscope technology, studies microcosmic structure’ s feature of BN fiber, clarifies existing crystal structure’s state of BN fiber during its producing and transform course. It is studied that BN fiber has a sound mechanical properties, which most of crystalline phase is turbine layer phase and whose nitrogen is high and size is small .During the course of BN fiber’s producing, adding suitable tension from axial can promote directional arrange of BN fiber’s surface crystalline grain and put forward the improving direction of manufacturing technology in order to improve materials’ mechanical properties. BN fiber(indicated by BNf) is a kind of new inorganic material. Because of its fine stable, corrosion-resisting, anti-oxidant properties and high ability of absorbing neutron and so on, it is attached more and more importance and it get constant development and usefulness. BNf and ceramics, metal, various compound materials made of resin material can be used in metallurgy, electron, aviation etc science and technology fields. But the intensity of BNf and its elasticity modulus are lower than basic fundamental material. When BNf’s compound material get fine properties above mentioned, the mechanics properties of the material will drop. So its application degree will be limited to a certain extent. In order to improve and raise BNf’s mechanics properties, this essay makes use of electron micro analytical technology to study its microcosmic structure and mechanics properties, providing scientific basis for designing reasonable manufacturing technology.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 588-589)

Edited by:

Lawrence Lim




Q. T. Li, "Electron Micro Technology Study on BN Fiber’s Microcosmic Structure and Mechanics Properties", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 588-589, pp. 104-107, 2012

Online since:

November 2012





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