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4045 results about "Oxidation resistant" patented technology

Oxidation Resistance. (resistance to sealing), the ability of metallic materials to resist chemical degradation of the surface caused by the action of air or other gaseous mediums at high temperatures. The oxidation resistance of a metal or alloy in an oxidizing atmosphere is determined by the properties of the oxide layer—scale—that forms on...

High temperature, oxidation-resistant abradable coatings containing microballoons and method for applying same

An abradable coating composition for use on shrouds in gas turbine engines or other hot gas path metal components exposed to high temperatures containing an initial porous coating phase created by adding an amount of inorganic microspheres, preferably alumina-ceramic microballoons, to a base metal alloy containing high Al, Cr or Ti such as β-NiAl or, alternatively, MCrAlY that serves to increase the brittle nature of the metal matrix, thereby increasing the abradability and oxidation resistance of the coating at elevated temperatures. Coatings having a total open and closed porosity of between 20% and 55% by volume due to the presence of ceramic microballoons ranging in size from about 10 microns to about 200 microns have been found to exhibit excellent abradability for applications involving turbine shroud coatings. An abradable coating thickness in the range of between 40 and 60 ml provides improved performance for turbine shrouds exposed to gas temperatures between 1380° F. and 1800° F. Abradable coatings in accordance with the invention can be used for new metal components or to repair existing equipment. The coatings can be applied to the metal shroud using thermal spray, processes that integrate sintering and brazing, or direct write techniques.

Thermally modified carbon blacks for various type applications and a process for producing same

An electro thermal fluidized bed furnace is adapted to be used in a process for continuously heat treating of fine particulate matter, such as carbon black material, by continuously introducing a non-reactive fluidizing gas through the nozzles of the furnace at a pre-determined rate, continuously introducing untreated carbon black material through the feed pipe of the furnace at a predetermined rate so that it forms a fluidized bed, energizing the electrode so as to heat the fluidized bed, and continuously collecting the treated carbon black from the discharge pipe. The carbon black collected from the discharge pipe exhibits properties of having the PAHs and sulfur removed, the carbon black has been graphitized, the moisture pick-up by the carbon black has been eliminated and the carbon black is more oxidation resistant, Furthermore, the resultant furnace carbon backs have a particle size of 7-100 nm and an oil absorption number of 50-300 ml/100 g., while the thermal blacks have a particle size of 200-500 nm and an oil absorption number of less than 50 ml/100 g. All of these properties result in thermally modified carbon blacks having such properties and of such purity so as to provide improved performance properties in food contact type applications, moisture cured polymer systems, zinc-carbon dry cell battery applications, and semi-conductive wire and cable applications.

Method for preparing graphene toughened silicon carbide ceramic composite material

The invention belongs to the field of macromolecule inorganic chemistry, and in particular relates to a method for preparing a graphene toughened silicon carbide ceramic composite material. Specifically, the method comprises the following steps: by taking graphite oxide as a carbon source, wrapping the surface of reduced graphene oxide with a layer of SiO2 granules by using a hydrothermal method so as to form a good interface layer between graphene and SiC, uniformly dispersing, and implementing carbon thermal reduction reaction at the interface of graphene and SiO2 in the high-temperature sintering process so as to growth silicon carbide crystal whisker and granules in situ, thereby improving the interface strength and the oxidation resistance, achieving an interface intensification function, improving crack expansion resistance and further improving the fracture toughness of ceramic. The method aims at the defects that graphene is poor in dispersity and high-temperature oxidation resistance in a conventional graphene/silicon carbide composite material, in-situ growth, crack self-healing and toughness mechanisms are applied to a preparation technique of a graphene/silicon carbide material, and thus graphene toughened silicon carbide ceramic with excellent mechanical properties and interface binding properties can be prepared.
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