Micro-Pore Structure and Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Self-Lubricating Biomimetic TiC/FeCrWMoV Cermets


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A new cermet sinter with sweat-gland micro-pore structure has been developed by powder metallurgy technology in vacuum. The effects of the pore-forming materials on micro-pore structure and Y2O3 additions as well mechanical properties of TiC/FeCrWMoV cermets were investigated. Some typical sweat-gland micro-pores were formed while compound additives TiH2 and CaCO3 adding into the sinter matrix. The porosity of the cermet sinters changes from 20% to 28% with the compound additives from 6% to 8%, and the micro-pores of sinters exist a regularized and interpenetrated network structure just like human’s sweat-gland one and obeying to Rayleigh Distribution. As such the sinters could be easily infiltrated with high-temperature solid lubricant. For improving the property of the ceramet sinter, the elements Y2O3 of 0.6~0.8% (vol. fraction ) was also added into the sinter matrix and its effect on the sinter has been also discussed .



Materials Science Forum (Volumes 546-549)

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Yafang Han et al.




Y. J. Wang and Z. M. Liu, "Micro-Pore Structure and Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Self-Lubricating Biomimetic TiC/FeCrWMoV Cermets", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 546-549, pp. 2273-2278, 2007

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May 2007




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