Advances in metal matrix composites : proceedings of an by M. A. Taha, N. A. El-Mahallawy

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However, when the composite is operating for a long time at middlehigh temperatures (up to 873 K), carbon may diffuse into the matrix promoting the formation of TiC, according to ref. [1] and TEM observations. Therefore, the interface stability has been examined by EDS, XPS, AES and SPEM, before and after the heat treatments reported in Table 1. The analyses have been performed on different areas of the samples: fibres, fibre-carbon interface, carbon, carbon-matrix interface and matrix. 6). a) b) Fig.

21. Arrhenius plot for determining H and τ0. The IF curve of the alloy shows only an exponential background which is higher than that of the composite. The result can be explained by considering a different contribution to background from dislocation damping in the two materials: the grain size is near the same in both of them while they have a different dislocation density, which is about one order of magnitude higher in the alloy. The IF spectrum of the composite exhibits a Debye peak, not observed in the alloy, so its origin is connected to the presence of the fibres and their effects on the surrounding matrix.

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