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Metal Matrix Composites: Processing and Interfaces provides a unified source of information on metal matrix composites (MMCs).
This book contains three parts. Part 1 provides the introductory overview, focusing on the historical perspective on the state of the composites field. The synthesis and processing details on some standard and novel techniques used to fabricate composites are discussed in Part 2. Part 3 is devoted to reviewing techniques in probing, modeling, and modifying composite interfaces.
Other topics include the diffusion brazing techniques, chemical vapor deposition, and in situ reinforcement of MMCs. The deformation processing of metal mixtures and optimizing properties of deformation-processed metal/metal composites are also covered in this text.
This publication is useful to engineering students studying the processing and interfaces of MMCs.
Part 1. Introduction
1. Metal Matrix Composites
II. Powder Metallurgy Composites
III. Cast Composites
IV. Continuous Fiber Composites
Part 2. Synthesis and Processing
2 Diffusion Bonding
II. Mechanisms of Diffusion Bonding
III. Vacuum Hot Press/Diffusion Bonding
IV. Alternative Processing Techniques
V. Diffusion Brazing Techniques
VI. Processing Parameters and Parameter Optimization
3 Casting Fiber-Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites
II. Casting Methods
III. Mechanical Properties and Discussion
IV. Summary and Future Research Directions
4 Powder Techniques in Processing of Metal Matrix Composites
I. Reinforcement/Matrix Selection
IV. Primary Processing
V. Secondary Processing
VI. Heat Treatment
5. Deposition Technologies for MMC Fabrication
III. Chemical Vapor Deposition
IV. Physical Vapor Deposition
6. In Situ Reinforcement of Metal Matrix Composites
II. Material Processing
III. Microstructure and Properties
IV. Summary and Conclusions
7. Deformation-Processed Metal/Metal Composites
II. Synthesis of Metal Mixtures
III. Deformation Processing of Metal Mixtures
IV. Comparison of Axisymmetric and Plane-Strain Deformation Processes for Composite Development
V. Optimizing Properties of Deformation-Processed Metal/Metal Composites
Part 3. Interphases
8. Characterization and Modification of Composite Interfaces
II. Chemical Interaction
V. Summary and Conclusions
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- © Academic Press 1991
- 28th December 1990
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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