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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Late News Poster Session
Presentation Title Effect of SiC and CNT on thermal stability of HfB2–ZrB2 Based Ultra High Temperature Composites
Author(s) Shruti Dubey, Kantesh Balani, Ambreen Nisar
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Shruti Dubey
Abstract Scope HfB2-ZrB2 based ultra-high temperature ceramics (UHTCs) are used as protective tiles for nose cones and leading edges of the re-entry vehicles facing harsh environmental conditions. The present work assesses, the effect of SiC (20 vol %) and carbon nanotubes (CNT, 6 vol %) incorporation on the room temperature thermal stability of HfB2-ZrB2 based ceramics, consolidated via spark plasma sintering. The dissipation of heat is crucial factor concerning the thermal stability of the component under service in stringent environmental condition where temperature is >2000 C. The thermal conductivity increased by ~> 12 % on CNT reinforcement in HfB2-ZrB2–SiC composites whereas, the oxidation temperature (Tonset) increases by > 18% with only a marginal weight gain ~0.8 %. It was observed that electrical conductivity increased by ~138 times in CNT reinforced HfB2-ZrB2–SiC composites. Despite higher electrical conductivity of ZrB2-HfB2-SiC-CNT ceramics, the phonon contribution dominated in governing the overall thermal conductivity of these composites.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

A Novel Prototype of Bioactive Ceramic Scaffold for Bone Regeneration
Effect of SiC and CNT on thermal stability of HfB2–ZrB2 Based Ultra High Temperature Composites
Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of a Cu-2.7at.%Zr Alloy Processed by High-Pressure Torsion
Silicon Carbon Nitride (SiCN) and Silicon Oxycarbide (SiOC) Functionalization of Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) as Stable Battery Electrodes
Single and Multi-dopant Diffusion in YAG Ceramics for Lasers

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