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    "Among elastomers commercially available, several are reasonably stable for prolonged periods at temperatures above 200*C (392*F); but at such temperatures, their strength characteristics are inadequate for many present day applications." This statement by Thor Smith. in 1962 is just as true
  • Vandar (R) High-Impact Strength Polyester for Sporting Goods
    Vandar (R) 2100 is an impact modi ed engineering thermoplastic resin developed to deliver consistent performance over a wide range of temperature and humidity conditions, primarily in injection molded articles. Vandar 2100. provides outstanding ductility and sti ness combined with the excellent
  • Continuing Evolution of Fluorosilicone Elastomer Performance in High-Temperature Environments for Transportation Hose Applications
    Dow Corning's data reinforce the importance of selecting an optimized fluorosilicone (FVMQ) as a high-performance hose liner capable of meeting today's under-hood requirements, such as high-temperature heat stability, resistance to aggressive engine oils, bond strength and long-term adhesion
  • High Contrast Fiber Laser Marking of Silicon Carbide
    Silicon Carbide is a high temperature engineering ceramic that has impressive thermal properties; a high melting point, high thermal conductivity, high electric field breakdown strength and high maximum current density. Its properties have made it a prime candidate for use as a semiconductor
  • Mechanical Response of High Performance Silicon Carbides (.pdf)
    During recent years the increased interest in ceramics as high temperature structural materials has resulted from both the need for greater energy conversion system efficiencies, and the development of suitable high strength materials. Interest has centered primarily on the silicon carbide
  • Strength and Reliability of Silica Optical Fibers in Automotive Communication Networks (.pdf)
    operation temperature of the fiber to 85°C; this essentially confines POF to applications within the passenger area of the automobile. In addition to a constrained temperature range, POF also has a high attenuation level (?150 dB/km) that restricts both the fiber length and minimum bending radius
  • High Melting Lead-Free Mixed BiAgX Solder Paste System
    acceptable bulk strength,. but very poor ductility and wetting. Therefore, it is not acceptable as an option. In this current work, a mixed-powder BiAgX solder paste system has been. developed as a viable alternative high temperature lead-free solder. The metal. powder in the paste is composed
  • TA017: Development of a High Voltage mmW GaAs PIN Diode Switch
    of the voltage limitations of this underlying nitride film and the use of test structures to validate the DC characteristics of the physical changes to the circuit dielectric structure along with the results of the final device high temperature qualification is provided. In addition, design and process changes

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  • Creep & Fracture in High Temperature Components
    Outlet temperatures are planned for 510°C to 625°C and materials requirements include both the need for corrosion resistance and high temperature strength .
  • Handbook of Ceramic Composites
    The advantageous properties of CVI SiC/SiC composites such as their excellent high temperature strength , creep and corrosion resistances, low density, high toughness, resis- tance to shocks, fatigue and damage, and reliability make them ideal candidates for the replacement of metals and ceramics...
  • Advanced Steels
    The high temperature strength is mainly attained by precipitation strengthening with stable nano precipitates.
  • Advanced Structural Ceramics
    High temperature strength of silicon carbide ceramics sintered with rare-earth oxide and aluminum nitride.
  • Structure-Property Relations in Nonferrous Metals
    Pure β as good high temperature strength , but its room - temperature brittleness makes it is unsuitable for engineering use unless it is quenched to retain a metastable β phase at room temperature.
  • Advances in material technology for fossil power plants
    At that time the author had already developed TAF steel whose high temperature strength was the highest of all high Cr ferritic steels, and had long term data (104 to 105 hrs) at high temperature(3]-[13].
  • Alloys
    The cobalt chromium base alloy known as Vitallium developed in 1936 for the precision casting of dentures was found to posses unusually high temperature strength at temperatures of the order of 815 "C and was used .
  • Titanium '95
    Neal and Pox'" state that on a percentage basis silicon is the most effective additive for high temperature strength and creep resistance.