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Metal matrix composites : materials, manufacturing and engineering, edited by J. Paulo Davim

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Metal matrix composites : materials, manufacturing and engineering
Title
Metal matrix composites
Title remainder
materials, manufacturing and engineering
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edited by J. Paulo Davim
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eng
Summary
Metal Matrix Composites (MMC's) have found an increased use in various industries duetotheir special mechanical and physical properties. They are a composite material with at least two constituent parts, one being a metal and are made by dispersing a reinforcing material into a metal matrix. The markets are: telecommunications, automotive, power semiconductor, opto-electronics, military and aerospace, heavy transportation, space systems and satellites, medical, and industrial lighting. Applications within these markets include microwave, micro-electronic packaging, laser diode, HB-LED's, and advanced radar
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Advanced Composites
Series volume
v. 3
Metal matrix composites : materials, manufacturing and engineering, edited by J. Paulo Davim
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Metal matrix composites : materials, manufacturing and engineering, edited by J. Paulo Davim
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5.4.1 S/N Ratio for micro-hardness of prepared Al/15 wt.% SiC-MMC
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; List of contributing authors; 1 Metal matrix composites for thermal management; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Composite materials for thermal management; 1.2.1 Liquid infiltration; 1.2.2 Powder metallurgy; 1.3 Design and modeling of metal matrix composites for electronics; 1.3.1 Volume fraction of ceramic phase; 1.3.2 Thermal conductivity; 1.3.3 Coefficient of thermal expansion; 1.4 Families of advanced metal matrix composite materials for electronics; 1.4.1 SiC-based composites; 1.4.2 Carbon-based composites; 1.4.3 Diamond-based composites
  • 1.5 The future of metal matrix composites in electronicsReferences; 2 Recent research and developments on the mechanical behavior of CNT-reinforced metal matrix composites; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 CNT-Al composites; 2.3 CNT-Co composites; 2.4 CNT-Cu composites; 2.5 CNT-Fe composites; 2.6 CNT-Mg composites; 2.7 CNT-Ni composites; 2.8 CNT-Ti composites; 2.9 Concluding remarks; References; 3 Novel preparation and mechanical properties of in situ synthesized (TiB+La2O3)/TiNbTaZr composites; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 The application of rare earth elements in Î2 titanium alloys
  • 3.1.2 The influence of rare earth elements in titanium alloys3.1.3 Biosafety of rare earth elements; 3.2 Materials preparation and experimental procedures; 3.2.1 Materials preparation; 3.2.2 Experimental procedures; 3.3 Results and discussions; 3.3.1 Phase analysis; 3.3.2 Thermodynamic analysis; 3.3.3 Microstructure analysis; 3.3.4 Microstructure of reinforcements; 3.3.5 Analysis of the solidification mechanism; 3.3.6 Superelasticity; 3.3.7 In situ characterization of microstructure; 3.3.8 Mechanical properties; 3.4 Conclusions; References
  • 4 Microstructure formation of particle-reinforced metal matrix composite coatings produced by thermal spraying4.1 Particle-reinforced MMC coatings formed ex situ by thermal spraying of powder mixtures and composite particles; 4.2 MMC coatings with reinforcing particles formed in situ during thermal spraying; 4.3 Design of particle-reinforced MMC coatings using flexible variation of spraying parameters in computer-controlled detonation spraying; 4.4 Post-spray treatment of MMC coatings; References; 5 Fabrication of Al-metal matrix composites by liquid stirring technique; 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Fabrication of Aluminium metal matrix composites5.2.1 Fabrication of the stirring arrangement; 5.2.2 Mold-making and preparation of the mold cavity; 5.2.3 Estimation of raw materials for Al/5, 10, 15 wt.% reinforced MMC casting; 5.2.4 Experimental procedure; 5.3 Physical, chemical and mechanical properties of stir cast samples; 5.3.1 Physical property of stir cast samples; 5.3.2 Mechanical properties of stir cast samples; 5.3.3 Analysis of the reinforced weight fraction; 5.3.4 Microstructural characterization; 5.4 Optimization of stir casting parameters for Al/15 wt.% SiC-MMC
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