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  • Honma H.; Komatsuzawa T. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Alumina ceramics are. widely used for LSI packages and printed circuit and sensor materials. For many of these applications, metallization of the surface is required. In general,this is performed by applying a conductive ...
  • Guzman L. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    A low energy ion implanter has been adequately modified in order to perform reactive ion beam enhanced deposition (RIBED) and dynamic recoil ion mixing experiments under controlled conditions in a high vacuum environment ...
  • Suganuma K.; Miyamoto Y.; Koizumi M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The demand for high performance in the combustion equipment used in the automobile and aerospace industries is creating renewed interest in the use of ceramic protective coatings on metal surfaces. Sometimes, thick coating ...
  • Islam M. U.; Wallace W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The state-of-the-art technology on the carbon fibre reinforced aluminium matrix composites is reviewed. The available raw material, various fabrication techniques along with their effects on the properties of the composites ...
  • Sudarshan T. S.; Srivatsan T. S. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
  • Ignatiev A. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    A new concept for materials processing in space with the expectation of future manufacturing in that environment exploits the ultra-vacuum component of space for thin-film epitaxial growth. The unique low earth orbit space ...
  • Scoville A. N.; Reagan P.; Huffman F. N. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    SiC matrix composite components have been fabricated by infiltrating and overcoating fiber preforms of graphite, alumina, and SiC via chemical vapor deposition (CVD). The degree of CVD densification could be controlled to ...
  • Royster DickM.; Davis RandallC.; Shinn JosephM.; Bales ThomasT.; RossWiant H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    A study was made to investigate the feasibility of superplastically forming corrugated panels with beaded webs and to demonstrate the structural integrity of these panels by testing. The test panels in the study consisted ...
  • Nourbakhsh S.; Liang F. L.; Margolin H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    A gas pressure liquid metal infiltration technique for producing fiber reinforced Ni3Al/Al2O3 and Ni3Al/Al2O3 composites has been described. Composite bars of 9.5 mm diameter, 150 mm long were produced. It was found necessary ...
  • Rack H.J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Recent years have seen the development of a wide range of high-performance discontinuously reinforced aluminum powder metallurgy composites. These materials have combined both standard wrought, e.g., 6061 and 2124, and ...
  • Dontamsetti S. K.; Fischer G. W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The objective of this study was to ascertain the effect of tool wear on surface roughness and develop a more thorough understanding of the process variables affecting surface roughness. Experimental data from a finish ...
  • Levy F. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The development of high-dielectric compositions of inorganic dielectrics dispersed in an organic matrix is described. Such composites have potential value in the construction of in situ capacitors in circuit boards. A large ...
  • Hancox N. L. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    A high performance composite material consists essentially of aligned, continuous carbon, glass, aramid or ceramic fibres in a thermoset or thermoplastic matrix. The types, advantages and disadvantages of the various ...
  • Rigney J.; Abada A.; Veduia K. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Composites of particulate TiB2 in matrices of Y2o3-stabilized Zro2, Y2o3 and Al2o3 were prepared by vacuum hot pressing in graphite tooling. Results of hot pressing the oxides and the composites are presented. X-ray ...
  • Pehlivanturk N. Y.; Inal O. T. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The manuscript describes plasma carburizing process with an emphasis on process parameters rather than structure-property relationships. Following a brief description of the glow-discharge plasma the results on several ...
  • Holko K.H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    High temperature carbon-carbon composites (C-C) are increasingly used in both aerospace and commercial products. Hypersonic missiles, reusable reentry vehicles such as the space shuttle and National Aerospace Plane, aircraft ...
  • Lifshitz Y.; Kasi S. R.; Rabalais J. W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Diamondlike films have unique properties that can be tailored between those of diamond and those of graphite to meet industrial applications. The purpose of this review is to emphasize the ability to prepare films with ...
  • Bose A.; German R. M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Intermetallic compounds have been recognized as potentially useful structural materials. They form the basis for high temperature materials of the future. Intermetallic compounds based on aluminum have attractive characteristics ...
  • Cherkaoui M.; Chassaing E.; Vu Quang K. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    Ni-Mo alloys containing about 28 % Mo offer high corrosion resistance in very agressive media. In this paper, the electrodeposition of Ni-Mo alloy coatings was investigated and the conditions for obtaining compact and ...
  • Ferrando W. A. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-01-01)
    The basic physical properties and steps in the manufacture of zirconium and important zirconium based materials are discussed. Once considered prohibitively expensive for structural use, its current cost is becoming ...