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Ceramic fibres

  • V. I. Kostikov
  • M. F. Makhova
  • V. P. Sergeev
  • V. I. Trefilov
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Part of the Soviet Advanced Composites Technology Series book series (SACTS, volume 5)

Abstract

Ceramic materials, the demand for which is steadily rising, are distinguished by a combination of valuable properties that are very important for manufacturing many products: high physical and mechanical characteristics, thermal stability, wear and corrosion resistance and low density compared with metals.

Keywords

Boron Nitride Thermal Insulation Sound Absorption Interlayer Distance Continuous Fibre 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Kostikov
  • M. F. Makhova
  • V. P. Sergeev
  • V. I. Trefilov

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