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High strength modulus filaments of boron silicon ...

1987-9-1  Continuous boron and silicon carbide filaments from a CVDprocess are manufactured solely by Avco Specialty Materials, Textron. Introduction Boron fibres, demonstrated at Texaco Experiments Inc in 1959, were the first of a family of high-strength, high- modulus, low density reinforcements developed for advanced aerospace applications. ...

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Inorganic filaments on a substrate: boron and silicon ...

Tsirlin A.M. (1995) Inorganic filaments on a substrate: boron and silicon carbide fibres. In: Kostikov V.I. (eds) Fibre Science and Technology. Soviet Advanced Composites Technology Series, vol 5.

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Tensile Strength of Boron Filament coated with Silicon ...

THE increasing use of boron filaments coated with boron and silicon carbide in composites has resulted in greater interest in the properties of these fibres at ambient and elevated temperatures.

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Interfacial Stability of Silicon Carbide Coated Boron ...

The stability of the silicon carbide coated filaments in air was studied to determine the extent of oxidation inhibition of the silicon carbide layer. Test specimens of uncoated and silicon carbide coated boron filament were taken from previously evaluated control fiber and heated at several temperatures up to 600 C, for various times up to ...

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TUNGSTEN SUBSTRATE FOR HIGH-STRENGTH HIGH

The tensile strength of boron and silicon carbide filaments, in particular, was greatly improved through the use of a clean (un-doped) tungsten substrate, i.e., a tungsten substrate containing no additives. For example, whereas 0.0005 inch diameter filaments containing lamp grade tungsten filament substrate break at about 400 - 550 Ksi, the ...

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Boron Fiber - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Boron fibers are primarily used to reinforce PMCs and, to a lesser extent, MMCs. Boron fibers are produced as monofilaments (single filaments) by CVD of boron on a tungsten wire or carbon filament, the former being the most widely used. They have relatively large diameters (100–140 μm) compared to most other reinforcements.

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SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as

It is generally accepted that silicon carbide CVD-filaments are more suitable than the related boron filaments for reinforcing titanium alloys at medium temperatures. Silicon carbide has a higher refractoriness and chemical inertia than boron. Moreover, the SiC CVD-filaments retain a much higher fraction of their room temperature mechanical performances up to about 800 to 1000° C and could be ...

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Silicon Sublimation Source SUSI - Dr. Eberl MBE ...

For boron doping the source material is B doped to about 10 20 cm-3. The maximum boron concentration in the epitaxial film is about 2x10 19 cm-3 (during silicon

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Boron B (Element) - PubChem

Boron exists naturally as 19.78% 10 B isotope and 80.22% 11 B isotope. High-purity crystalline boron may be prepared by the vapor phase reduction of boron trichloride or tribromide with hydrogen on electrically heated filaments. The impure or amorphous, boron, a brownish-black powder, can be obtained by heating the trioxide with magnesium powder.

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High strength modulus filaments of boron silicon ...

1987-9-1  Continuous boron and silicon carbide filaments from a CVDprocess are manufactured solely by Avco Specialty Materials, Textron. Introduction Boron fibres, demonstrated at Texaco Experiments Inc in 1959, were the first of a family of high-strength, high- modulus, low density reinforcements developed for advanced aerospace applications. ...

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Preparation and properties of silicon carbide-coated boron ...

Silicon carbide-coated boron filaments have been produced both in a continuous and in a two-step process. The silicon carbide coating inhibits the oxidation of boron and also impedes the diffusion of boron into an aluminum or titanium matrix at elevated temperatures. As a consequence, these composite fibers retain their room temperature ...

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Effect of reinforcement with boron and silicon carbide ...

Effect of reinforcement with boron and silicon carbide filaments on the strength of alloy AD1 at elevated temperatures. G. G. Maksimovich, D. M. Karpinos, E. M. Lyutyi, V. Kh. Kadyrov, V. P. Moroz A. V. Filipovskii Strength of Materials volume 9, pages 1014–1016 (1977)Cite this article

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Growth of boron carbide nanostructures on silicon using ...

2021-7-8  Growth of boron carbide nanostructures on silicon using hot filament chemical vapour deposition Azadeh Jafaria*, Mohammad Mosavatb, Alireza Meidanchic and H. Hossienkhania aDepartment of Physics, Hamedan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Hamedan, Iran bDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

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Electrical conduction in amorphous boron and silicon ...

1970-4-1  The pre-switching, nonlinear current-voltage characteristics in amorphous forms of boron and silicon are analyzed. The role played by Joule heating and its effect on switching characteristics is investigated. It is demonstrated that during switching, a conducting filament, through the semiconducting film, is formed. 1.

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Chemical Vapor Deposition of Boron Filament SpringerLink

Boron filament is currently manufactured in quantities of about 30,000 lbs/year for primary use in military aircraft structures. Boron composites are being used extensively on the U.S. military aircraft, F-14 and F-15, and are being studied as a potential reinforcement material for commercial aircraft such as the DC-10, Boeing 737, and European ...

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SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as

It is generally accepted that silicon carbide CVD-filaments are more suitable than the related boron filaments for reinforcing titanium alloys at medium temperatures. Silicon carbide has a higher refractoriness and chemical inertia than boron. Moreover, the SiC CVD-filaments retain a much higher fraction of their room temperature mechanical performances up to about 800 to 1000° C and could be ...

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Boron Fiber — Specialty Materials

Boron Fiber is produced in single-filament reactors by chemical vapor deposition, boron fiber exhibits a unique combination of high compression strength, high modulus and large diameter. It provides superior compression properties compared to carbon fiber based composites. Elemental boron is deposited on a fine tungsten wire substrate and ...

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SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as

brittle fibres (e.g. carbon, silicon carbide, boron nitride and to a lesser extent alumina) or fila- ments (coated or uncoated boron, silicon carbide) ... One of the main drawbacks of boron filaments

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CVD-Processing of Ceramic-Ceramic Composite Materials ...

D. Morin, Boron Carbide-Coated Boron Filament as Reinforcement in Aluminium Alloy Matrices, J. Less-common Met., 47: 207 (1976) Google Scholar 18. L. Aggour, E. Fitzer, E. Ignotowitz and M. Sahebkar, Chemical Vapor Deposition of Pyrocarbon SiC, TiC, TiN, Si and Ta on Different Types of Carbon Fibres, Carbon, 12: 358 (1974) Google Scholar

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Interfacial Stability of Silicon Carbide Coated Boron ...

The stability of the silicon carbide coated filaments in air was studied to determine the extent of oxidation inhibition of the silicon carbide layer. Test specimens of uncoated and silicon carbide coated boron filament were taken from previously evaluated control fiber and heated at several temperatures up to 600 C, for various times up to ...

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Electrical conduction in amorphous boron and silicon ...

1970-4-1  The pre-switching, nonlinear current-voltage characteristics in amorphous forms of boron and silicon are analyzed. The role played by Joule heating and its effect on switching characteristics is investigated. It is demonstrated that during switching, a conducting filament, through the semiconducting film, is formed. 1.

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Hot Filament Chemical Vapor Deposition of

2020-8-15  fraction of boron of the three, it holds the highest potential. With this in mind, a hot filament chemical vapor deposition (HFCVD) system was designed and built in order to grow thin films of boron carbide onto n-type silicon substrates. Deposition was accomplished via the thermal decomposition of B 2 H 6 [diborane] and CH 4 [methane].

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SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as

It is generally accepted that silicon carbide CVD-filaments are more suitable than the related boron filaments for reinforcing titanium alloys at medium temperatures. Silicon carbide has a higher refractoriness and chemical inertia than boron. Moreover, the SiC CVD-filaments retain a much higher fraction of their room temperature mechanical performances up to about 800 to 1000° C and could be ...

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Chemical Vapor Deposition of Boron Filament SpringerLink

Boron filament is currently manufactured in quantities of about 30,000 lbs/year for primary use in military aircraft structures. Boron composites are being used extensively on the U.S. military aircraft, F-14 and F-15, and are being studied as a potential reinforcement material for commercial aircraft such as the DC-10, Boeing 737, and European ...

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Silicon Sublimation Source SUSI - Dr. Eberl MBE ...

For boron doping the source material is B doped to about 10 20 cm-3. The maximum boron concentration in the epitaxial film is about 2x10 19 cm-3 (during silicon sublimation some boron segregates on the surface of the silicon filament). For phosphorus doping

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Boron's Chemical and Physical Properties

2019-2-6  Boron filaments have high strength, yet are lightweight. The energy band gap of elemental boron is 1.50 to 1.56 eV, which is higher than that of silicon or germanium. Although elemental boron is not considered to be a poison, assimilation of boron

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Boron Fiber — Specialty Materials

Boron Fiber is produced in single-filament reactors by chemical vapor deposition, boron fiber exhibits a unique combination of high compression strength, high modulus and large diameter. It provides superior compression properties compared to carbon fiber based composites. Elemental boron is deposited on a fine tungsten wire substrate and ...

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SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as

brittle fibres (e.g. carbon, silicon carbide, boron nitride and to a lesser extent alumina) or fila- ments (coated or uncoated boron, silicon carbide) ... One of the main drawbacks of boron filaments

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CVD-Processing of Ceramic-Ceramic Composite Materials ...

D. Morin, Boron Carbide-Coated Boron Filament as Reinforcement in Aluminium Alloy Matrices, J. Less-common Met., 47: 207 (1976) Google Scholar 18. L. Aggour, E. Fitzer, E. Ignotowitz and M. Sahebkar, Chemical Vapor Deposition of Pyrocarbon SiC, TiC, TiN, Si and Ta on Different Types of Carbon Fibres, Carbon, 12: 358 (1974) Google Scholar

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