Papers by Author: Hai Yun Jin

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Authors: Rong Zhen Liu, Qing Wen Duan, Wen Wei Gu, Hai Yun Jin, Shao Chun Xu, Jian Feng Yang
Abstract: Silicon was infiltrated into B4C preforms to fabricate B4C based composites ceramics at 1600 °C under vacuum circumstance. In this paper, silicon infiltration process was discussed by theoretical calculation. The volume expansion caused by reactions between silicon and boron carbide was about 89.1% from the calculation. In our study, the maximum density of B4C preform for the infiltration of silicon was about 1.5g/cm3 which was larger than theoretical result. The results of mechanical behavior showed that B4C based composites had excellent mechanical properties with a density lower than 2.6g/cm3, Vickers-hardness of this material was 27.2GPa, and this material showed a flexural strength of 349MPa and fracture toughness of 3.8 MPa*m1/2.
Authors: Xin Yu, Peng Fei Gao, Nai Kui Gao, Zhen Huang, Hai Yun Jin
Abstract: Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) as insulation material has been widely used in the manufacturing of medium and high voltage cables for its excellent physical, chemical, mechanical and electrical properties. However, as cable insulation, the XLPE will degradate under service conditions, such as thermal oxidative degradation, mechanical treatment, operating environment etc. In this paper, the closed cable loop had been heated for 7 days by induced current of 1000A, and several diagnostic measurements had been adopted to characterize the performance of XLPE. Firstly FTIR has been conducted on different bending degree cable samples in order to reveal the effect of mechanical treatment on the content changes which occur in XLPE insulation layers. DSC analysis showed the effect of cooling process on the shoulder melting peak temperatures. In the last part, microstructure of the insulation of high current bending XLPE cable was studied. The results showed that the properties of the bending cable after heating by the high current changed a lot and the degree of bending also has an effect on the performance of the cable.
Authors: Tao Zhang, Hai Yun Jin, Rui Zhou, Ji Feng Zhao, Zhi Hao Jin
Abstract: The relationship between the processing technology and the dielectric property of the laminated AlN/h-BN ceramic composites has been studied. The results showed that the main polarization mechanism of laminated ceramic composites in low frequency range is space charge polarization at the interface of AlN layer and BN layer. Due to the affection of porosity, the permittivity increases and the dielectric loss decreases with increasing the hot pressing temperature. The permittivity increases and the dielectric loss decreases with increasing thickness ratio of different layer., Both permittivity and dielectric loss increase with increasing the content of AlN doping in BN layer.
Authors: Yong Feng Li, Ping Liu, Xiang Dong Wang, Hai Yun Jin, Guan Jun Qiao
Abstract: Porous silicon nitride ceramics with various amounts (25, 35, and 45 vol %) of hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) were fabricated at 1800°C for 2h by the pressureless sintering process. With FESEM and TEM, the effects of h-BN on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Si3N4 ceramics were investigated. Results of the microstructure and mechanical properties of Si3N4/BN composites showed that the growth of the elongated β-Si3N4 were hindered by h-BN additive, which resulted in the decrease of fracture toughness of Si3N4/BN ceramics with increasing h-BN content. The morphologies of the fracture surfaces by FESEM revealed the fracture mode for Si3N4/BN composites to be intergranular. However, phase analysis by XRD indicated that the effect of h-BN on the α- to β- Si3N4 phase transformation of Si3N4/BN composites was negligible.
Authors: Hao Zhang, Yan Xu, Hai Yun Jin, Guan Jun Qiao
Abstract: The effects of Cr2O3 additions on the mechanical and electrical properties of alumina ceramics were investigated. The phase composition, organizational structure of ceramics were analyzed and observed using XRD and SEM. The results show that doping with small amount (<7wt.%) of Cr2O3 can improve the mechanical (15% for bending strength, 83% for Vickers hardness) and electrical properties (minimum resistivity 9.8 × 1012Ω·cm), but when doping amount above 7wt.% , these properties were decreased.
Authors: Hai Yun Jin, Ying Li, Xiang Ya Jia, Guan Jun Qiao
Abstract: In order to obtain machinable ceramic with high hardness and strong mechanical properties, the SiC/Al/h-BN Composite Ceramics were fabricated by a new method which prepared the machinable pre-sintered body by Plasma Activated Sintering (PAS) and increased it's mechanical properties after hardening treatment. The results showed that the machinability and density of the pre-sintered h-BN/Al/SiC ceramic composites were excellent, and after hardening treatment, the mechanical properties (hardness, bending strength and density) increased obviously.
Authors: Tao Jiang, Hai Yun Jin
Abstract: The Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders were fabricated by mechanical alloying and heat treatment process. In this research, the phase composition and microstructure of the Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders produced by different milling time and heat treatment at 800oC and 1000oC were investigated. The XRD patterns results showed that the Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders were fabricated by mechanical alloying for 60h. After heat treatment at 800oC and 1000oC, the Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders transformed into the Fe3Al powders. With the increase of milling time, the mechanical alloying extent of Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders would be increased remarkably, and the particles sizes decreased remarkably. The microstructure showed that the mean particles size of the Fe-Al intermetallic compound powders after milling for 60h was rather fine and about 4-5μm. The microstructures showed that mean particles size of the Fe3Al intermetallic compound powders produced by heat treatment at 800oC and 1000oC was also about 4-5μm.
Authors: Hai Yun Jin, Da Wei Feng, Wen Zhao Li, Hong Guang Ren, Ying Su, Bo He, Ze Zhou, Zong Ren Peng, Chuan Bin Wang
Abstract: Different compositions of carbon fibre (Cf) - basalt fibre (Bf)/ Epoxy Resin (EP) Composites were fabricated. The mechanical properties were investigated and the microstructure was observed by SEM. The results showed that, the mechanical properties would be improved when suitable content (10-20vol.% of total fibre) of basalt fibre added into carbon fibre/ epoxy composites. It was because that elasticity modulus of basalt fibre was larger than carbon fibre, and for existing of more hydroxyl groups and other active groups, the bonding between basalt fibre and epoxy resin was also better than the bonding between carbon fibre and epoxy resin.
Authors: Hai Yun Jin, Wen Wang, Ji Qiang Gao, Guan Jun Qiao, Zhi Hao Jin
Abstract: The AlN/h-BN nanocomposite powders were synthesized through the reaction of AlN powder, boric acid (H3BO3) and urea (CO(NH2)2) in a nitrogen atmosphere, and the machinable AlN/BN ceramic nanocomposite s were fabricated by hot-pressing in N2 atmosphere. The existing and distribution of h-BN phase are revealed by X-ray diffraction (XRD), TEM and SEM. For the existing of weak interface between h-BN and AlN grains, the machinability of AlN/BN composites is improved obviously. For the finer microstructures, the mechanical properties and the machinability of the composites with micrometer sized AlN coated with nano-sized BN are better than the AlN/h-BN composite of mechanical mixing type.
Authors: Yong Feng Li, Ping Liu, Guan Jun Qiao, Jian Feng Yang, Hai Yun Jin, Xiang Dong Wang
Abstract: With commercial α-Si3N4 and h-BN powders as starting materials, La2O3, Al2O3, Y2O3 as sintering additives, Si3N4/BN composite ceramics with 25vol% h-BN were fabricated by pressureless sintering. Various amounts of La2O3 (0, 2, 4, 8, 15wt%) were added, with constant Y2O3/Al2O3 weight ratio and additives (Y2O3/Al2O3/La2O3) amount. The densification behaviors, α-βtransformation and room-temperature strength of Si3N4/BN composite were investigated. The porosity of samples decreased with La2O3 content increasing, and the lowest porosity of 20.83% was observed for samples containing 4wt% La2O3, then leaded to an increase. The flexural strength of all the specimens increased with the addition up to 4wt% and changed greatly thereafter. The highest room-temperature flexural strength, 272.4MPa, was obtained when 4wt% La2O3 was added. Results of XRD patterns revealed that β-Si3N4 and h-BN existed in all the specimens. No α-Si3N4 was detected, implying thatα- toβ-Si3N4 transformation has been completed during the pressureless sintering process. These results show that the La2O3-Al2O3-Y2O3 system can act as effective sintering additives for pressureless sintered Si3N4/BN composite.
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