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This e-book is devoted to composite fabrics, providing diversified synthesis strategies, composite homes and their machining behaviour. The booklet describes additionally the issues on production of steel matrix composite elements. between others, it presents tactics for production of steel matrix composites and case studies.
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For the same velocity, the stopping distance is reduced by increasing the applied pressure without locking of the brake drum. For a velocity of 90 km/h, when a brake line pressure of 50 bar is applied, the stopping distance for cast iron drum has been observed as 64 m. For the same condition, the stopping distance for MMC brake drum has been observed as 51 m. The variation of stopping time with brake line pressure for the cast iron and the MMC brake drum is shown in Fig. 9a, b respectively. For the MMC brake drum, the stopping time has been observed to be lower than the cast iron brake drum under identical braking conditions.
9. 2 Preheating of Reinforcement Particle The preheating of the reinforcement particles is carried out in an electrical muffle furnace. The reinforcement is heated up to a temperature of 750 °C and maintained at this temperature for 30 min. 3 Stirring The motor-stirrer assembly is lowered so that the stirrer is submerged in the molten metal. Then, the stirrer is rotated at a speed of 500 rpm using the speed controller. This creates a vortex on the molten metal surface. The preheated silicon carbide particle (43 lm) is uniformly fed through the feeding arrangement.
2 Powder Consolidation Powder metallurgy is one of the most common methods for fabricating ceramic particles reinforced MMCs. Blending of metallic powder with ceramic fibers or particulate is a versatile technique for MMC production. After blending the metallic powder with ceramic reinforcement particulate, cold isostatic pressing is utilized to obtain a green compact that is then thoroughly outgassed and forged or extruded. 3 Diffusion Bonding Diffusion bonding is used for consolidating alternate layers of foils and fibers to create single ply or multiply composites.