Papers by Keyword: Cr3C2

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Authors: De Ming Sun, Chong Hai Xu, Liu Bo Yang, Jing Li
Abstract: Based on the theory of thermodynamics, the chemical compatibility of the possible composition system of ceramic material Al2O3/Cr3C2/SiC (for short ACS) was analyzed. The results show that no chemical reaction could take place under 1800°C through Cr3C2, SiC and Al2O3. And it was tested by the fabrication of the Al2O3/Cr3C2/SiC composite with the hot pressing sintering technique. The flexural strength and fracture toughness of ACS are super than the Al2O3 ceramic.
Authors: Y. Yamanaka, T. Taniuchi, F. Shirase, T. Tanase, Yuichi Ikuhara, Takahisa Yamamoto
Abstract: The WC/Co interface structures in WC-Co alloys doped with VC, Cr3C2 or ZrC were examined by high-resolution electron microscopy (HRTEM) and X-ray energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) with a special interest in the segregation behavior of respective dopants at the WC/Co interfaces. It was confirmed that the addition of VC or Cr3C2 were effective to reduce WC grain size while that of ZrC was not. In case of VC or Cr3C2-doped alloys, the morphology of WC grains largely changed comparing with undoped and ZrC-doped alloys. The WC/Co interfaces of the two alloys tend to form micro facets with (0001) and {1010} habits. EDS analysis with a sub-nano scale probe revealed that the dopants strongly segregated at the two habits. In contrast, such morphology change, and also dopant segregation, could not be observed in ZrC-doped alloy. In our study, doped ZrC was not found to solute in Co-phase. Doped ZrC distributed in Co-phase to form other grains mainly consisting of ZrC. The interface structures of WC/Co could be considered to be closely related to the inhibition effect to WC grain growth.
Authors: Seiji Miura, Hélio Goldenstein, Kenji Ohkubo, Hisashi Sato, Yoshimi Watanabe, Tetsuo Mohri
Abstract: Ni3Al-based alloys possess good oxidation resistance, moderate room and high temperature strength and ductility. Introduction of Cr-carbide particles through a solidification route is attempted to provide higher hardness and wear resistance. The mechanical and physical properties are measured at room temperature for several alloys with various carbon concentrations up to 2.0 wt.%. Hardness and wear resistance as well as compressive strength increase with increasing carbon concentration, while bend ductility decreases. Adhesion between carbides and matrix phase is good, and cracks propagate mainly through carbides. The crystallographic orientation relationships between constituent phases are also attempted using electron back-scattering diffraction (EBSD) technique. The thermal conductivity is found to be less sensitive to the alloy composition.
Authors: Tadahiko Watanabe, Tsuyoshi Doutsu, Tsutomu Nakanishi
Authors: Mikko A. Uusitalo, Rainer Backman, L.M. Berger, Petri M.J. Vuoristo, Tapio A. Mäntylä
Authors: Nan Yan Gong, Ya Fei Ouyang
Abstract: One append way of liquid state inhibitor was investigated, which putting V, Cr into W-Co composite solutions in the form of ionization. After spray drying and being calcined, W-Co composite oxides could come into being. Then taking fluidization techniques, well-proportioned W-Co composite powder compounded with inhibitor could be produced in the end.
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