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Spontaneous infiltration velocity in fabrication process of particulate reinforced magnesium composites
Keikinzoku/Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals
The fabrication of magnesium matrix composites using spontaneous infiltration phenomenon becomes possible by adding SiO2 powder (infiltration agent) to SiCp powder (reinforcement), even at relatively low holding temperature and under argon atmosphere. It is probably because the wettability between Mg melt at the infiltration front and reinforcement is improved by Mg/SiO2 thermit reaction heating. In this paper, the infiltration velocity is measured. Especially the effects of SiCp diameter fromdoi:10.2464/jilm.45.537 fatcat:hm5xf3csuzbihirfejl5qcel5e