UHTC-carbon fibre composites: Preparation, oxyacetylene torch testing and characterisation

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UHTC-carbon fibre composites : Preparation, oxyacetylene torch testing and characterisation. / Paul, A.; Venugopal, S.; Binner, Jonathan; Vaidhyanathan, B.; Heaton, A. C J; Brown, P. M.

In: Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Vol. 33, No. 2, 02.2013, p. 423-432.

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Paul, A. ; Venugopal, S. ; Binner, Jonathan ; Vaidhyanathan, B. ; Heaton, A. C J ; Brown, P. M. / UHTC-carbon fibre composites : Preparation, oxyacetylene torch testing and characterisation. In: Journal of the European Ceramic Society. 2013 ; Vol. 33, No. 2. pp. 423-432.

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abstract = "Current generation carbon-carbon (C-C) and carbon-silicon carbide (C-SiC) materials are limited to service temperatures below 1800°C and materials are sought that can withstand higher temperatures and ablative conditions for aerospace applications. One potential materials solution is carbon fibre-based composites with matrices composed of one or more ultra-high temperature ceramics (UHTCs); the latter are intended to protect the carbon fibres at high temperatures whilst the former provides increased toughness and thermal shock resistance to the system as a whole. Carbon fibre-UHTC powder composites have been prepared via a slurry impregnation and pyrolysis route. Five different UHTC compositions have been used for impregnation, viz. ZrB 2, ZrB 2-20vol% SiC, ZrB 2-20vol% SiC-10vol% LaB 6, HfB 2 and HfC. Their high-temperature oxidation resistance has been studied using a purpose built oxyacetylene torch test facility at temperatures above 2500°C and the results are compared with that of a C-C benchmark composite.",
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