Selection of Reinforcing Agent in Metal Composite Matrix and Study of its Particle Composition


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The problem of creation of new materials and performance characteristics increasing of known matrix composite alloys is an actual target of research in materials science and engineering. It is known that the application of dispersed fillers, including ultra-and nanoscale dimensionality materials in the composites is an effective way to solve this problem. The article describes the feasibility of application ultradisperse powders of natural diamond as a reinforcing agent instead of synthetic in composite materials on a metal base and study of its particle composition.



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Dr. Denis Solovev




M.N. Safonova et al., "Selection of Reinforcing Agent in Metal Composite Matrix and Study of its Particle Composition", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 476-481, 2019

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February 2019




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