Boron carbide nanoparticles for high-hardness ceramics

Apr 01, 2017 Deformation features of the boron carbide lattice treated in a planetary ball mill are studied in our work. It is shown that such treatment causes a decrease in the B 4 C grain size and cracking along the {20 2 ¯ 1} h planes, whereas the same treatment in the presence of silicon results in the appearance of twins along the {10 1 ¯ 1} h planes. Distorted stacking faults along (10 1 ¯ 4) h

Pressureless sintering and properties of boron carbide

by planetary ball mill with silicon carbide balls in ethanol for 4 h with a speed of 200 rpm. After drying the powder suspension in a rotary evaporator and final drying in an oven the powder mixtures were granulated manually using a sieve of 300 µm mesh size. The granules are pressed by uniaxial

Mechanical exfoliation of boron carbide: A metal-free

Jun 05, 2020 In this work, exfoliated metal-free boron carbide with few-layered structure, small size, and abundant defects, was first employed in an aerobic ODS system for ultra-deep desulfurization. The exfoliation process was realized by employing a planetary ball mill strategy.

Demonstrating low‐temperature sintering of boron carbide

ticles, and boric acid were mixed using a planetary ball mill (XQM‐0.4A, Tencan, China) at 500 rpm for 1 hour in meth-anol. The sintering process again consisted of two steps: the first step at 400°C to form green body without melting of B 2O 3 and the second step at 1400°C to trigger carboth-ermal reduction between free carbon and B 2O 3.

STRUCTURE AND PHASE FORMATION IN BORON CARBIDE

205 a b c Fig. 2.Image of B 4C (c)–20 vol.% Al particles after grinding in a planetary-ball mill for 5 (a), 20 (b), and 40 min (c)a b Fig. 3.Image of B 4C (f)–50% Al (a) powder mixture and its agglomerates >100 µm (a) after grinding for 40 min The fine-grained boron carbide powder was studied in the same way.

Investigation into the Structural, Chemical and High

Mar 29, 2021 Boron and silicon carbide composite materials are significant for nuclear shielding applications, which are essential for neutron shielding and gamma [13]. The achievement in a high-speed planetary ball mill is boron carbide in a nanostructured formation state, in a 10–15 m grain size [14].

Optimization of processing parameters for the Al + 10% B4C

Apr 12, 2007 In the first stage, 10% boron carbide was added to aluminium by means of a planetary ball mill. The maximum milling time was 12 h. The ball-to-powder weight ratio was 10:1 and the milling speed was about 600 rpm without protective atmosphere and with 1% zinc stearate applied as lubricant.

Mechanical behaviour of aluminium based metal matrix

Jan 01, 2020 The 40 μm Si 3 N 4 and Boron carbide powder was milled in high energy planetary ball mill (model Fritsch pulvert-5 high energy planetary ball mill) to produce micro powder of 500 nm. About 25 g of gray Si 3 N 4 and Boron carbide powder (40 μm) were placed in 80 ml tungsten carbide

Boron carbide │ Technical ceramics

Boron carbide powder is a starting material for sintering and hot pressing in the manufacture of boron carbide sintered parts. In this form it can be found, among other things, in dressing and grinding stones and as a lining for ball mills and mortars. Boron carbide powder is also used as a sintering additive for high-performance SiC ceramics.

Pressureless sintering and properties of boron carbide

by planetary ball mill with silicon carbide balls in ethanol for 4 h with a speed of 200 rpm. After drying the powder suspension in a rotary evaporator and final drying in an oven the powder mixtures were granulated manually using a sieve of 300 µm mesh size. The granules are pressed by uniaxial

Boron carbide nanoparticles for high-hardness ceramics

Deformation features of the boron carbide lattice treated in a planetary ball mill are studied in our work. It is shown that such treatment causes a decrease in the B 4 C grain size and cracking along the {20 2 ¯ 1} h planes, whereas the same treatment in the presence of silicon results in the appearance of twins along the {10 1 ¯ 1} h planes. Distorted stacking faults along (10 1 ¯ 4) h

Demonstrating low‐temperature sintering of boron carbide

ticles, and boric acid were mixed using a planetary ball mill (XQM‐0.4A, Tencan, China) at 500 rpm for 1 hour in meth-anol. The sintering process again consisted of two steps: the first step at 400°C to form green body without melting of B 2O 3 and the second step at 1400°C to trigger carboth-ermal reduction between free carbon and B 2O 3.

A three-step synthesis process of submicron boron carbide

Synthesis of boron carbides by the reduction of boron oxides with carbon and magnesium in mechanical alloying process using a planetary ball mill has been studied.

Demonstrating low‐temperature sintering of boron carbide

Sep 26, 2019 The B 4 C micropowders, B 4 C nanoparticles, and boric acid were mixed using a planetary ball mill (XQM‐0.4A, Tencan, China) at 500 rpm for 1 hour in methanol. The sintering process again consisted of two steps: the first step at 400°C to form green body without melting of B 2 O 3 and the second step at 1400°C to trigger carbothermal

Preparation of High Purity Boron by Molten Salt

cathode and further milled in planetary ball mill. The milled powder was leached, filtered and subsequently dried in vacuum. The morphology and composition of the electro-deposited boron was characterized using SEM, EDS and chemical analysis. High purity (97.7 ± 1.3%) boron was successfully electro-extracted.

(PDF) High-energy ball milling of powder B–C mixtures

The milling process was carried out in a planetary ball mill. Following the milling process, powder samples were heat-treated at 1200°C for 4h using inert atmosphere. Boron carbide, which has

(PDF) Creep Behavior and Wear Resistance of Al 5083 Based

To prepare the samples, Al 5083 powder was milled with boron carbide particles and carbon nanotubes using planetary ball mill under argon atmosphere with ball-to-powder weight ratio of 10:1 for 5 h.

Boron carbide │ Technical ceramics

Boron carbide powder is a starting material for sintering and hot pressing in the manufacture of boron carbide sintered parts. In this form it can be found, among other things, in dressing and grinding stones and as a lining for ball mills and mortars. Boron carbide powder is also used as a sintering additive for high-performance SiC ceramics.

Dynamic Indentation Response of Fine‐Grained Boron Carbide

Mikhail Annenkov, Vladimir Blank, Boris Kulnitskiy, Konstantin Larionov, Danila Ovsyannikov, Igor Perezhogin, Mikhail Popov and Pavel Sorokin, Boron carbide nanoparticles for high-hardness ceramics: Crystal lattice defects after treatment in a planetary ball mill, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 37, 4, (1349), (2017).

UNTRADITIONAL SYNTHESIS OF BORON-CONTAINING

Fig.1 Schematic representation of planetary ball mill (a) and SEM micrograph of Ti Particles (X1000) before milling (b). A stainless steel bowls and milling balls with diameter 10 mm were used. A stoichiometric amounts Ti and B powders to produce TiB 2 were used as reagents. The SEM image of the initial Ti particles is show in Fig. 1(b).

Vladimir BLANK ResearchGate

Nanostructured composite materials (NCMs) based on Al–Mg alloy AMg6 (1560) modified with fullerene C60 are obtained by milling of initial materials in a high-energy planetary ball mill and the

A three-step synthesis process of submicron boron carbide

May 27, 2015 In this study, a three-step synthesis process is proposed for the production of submicron B4C powders. The initial step is the mechanical activation of a Mg–C–B2O3 mixture, which is carried out by using a high-energy planetary ball mill. The second phase is the microwave-assisted combustion synthesis, used to fabricate the MgO–B4C composite powders.

Microstructure and pitting corrosion of armor grade AA7075

addition of boron carbide P. VIJAYA KUMAR a, 4C powder was ball-milled in a high energy planetary ball mill in wet mode using toluene as a liquid medium for 15 h. After the ball milling, the

A three-step synthesis process of submicron boron carbide

Synthesis of boron carbides by the reduction of boron oxides with carbon and magnesium in mechanical alloying process using a planetary ball mill has been studied.

Demonstrating low‐temperature sintering of boron carbide

Sep 26, 2019 The B 4 C micropowders, B 4 C nanoparticles, and boric acid were mixed using a planetary ball mill (XQM‐0.4A, Tencan, China) at 500 rpm for 1 hour in methanol. The sintering process again consisted of two steps: the first step at 400°C to form green body without melting of B 2 O 3 and the second step at 1400°C to trigger carbothermal

Pressureless sintering and properties of boron carbide

Nov 15, 2019 The powders were mixed and grinded by planetary ball mill with silicon carbide balls in ethanol for 4 h with a speed of 200 rpm. After drying the powder suspension in a rotary evaporator and final drying in an oven the powder mixtures were granulated manually using a sieve of 300 µm mesh size.

Preparation of High Purity Boron by Molten Salt

cathode and further milled in planetary ball mill. The milled powder was leached, filtered and subsequently dried in vacuum. The morphology and composition of the electro-deposited boron was characterized using SEM, EDS and chemical analysis. High purity (97.7 ± 1.3%) boron was successfully electro-extracted.

(PDF) High-energy ball milling of powder B–C mixtures

The milling process was carried out in a planetary ball mill. Following the milling process, powder samples were heat-treated at 1200°C for 4h using inert atmosphere. Boron carbide, which has

A three-step synthesis process of submicron boron carbide

May 27, 2015 In this study, a three-step synthesis process is proposed for the production of submicron B4C powders. The initial step is the mechanical activation of a Mg–C–B2O3 mixture, which is carried out by using a high-energy planetary ball mill. The second phase is the microwave-assisted combustion synthesis, used to fabricate the MgO–B4C composite powders.

UNTRADITIONAL SYNTHESIS OF BORON-CONTAINING

Fig.1 Schematic representation of planetary ball mill (a) and SEM micrograph of Ti Particles (X1000) before milling (b). A stainless steel bowls and milling balls with diameter 10 mm were used. A stoichiometric amounts Ti and B powders to produce TiB 2 were used as reagents. The SEM image of the initial Ti particles is show in Fig. 1(b).

Dynamic Indentation Response of Fine‐Grained Boron Carbide

Mikhail Annenkov, Vladimir Blank, Boris Kulnitskiy, Konstantin Larionov, Danila Ovsyannikov, Igor Perezhogin, Mikhail Popov and Pavel Sorokin, Boron carbide nanoparticles for high-hardness ceramics: Crystal lattice defects after treatment in a planetary ball mill, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 37, 4, (1349), (2017).

High Energy Planetary Ball Milling of SiC Powders

The effects of high-energy ball milling on SiC powders were studied using a planetary apparatus. Conditions to obtain nanostructured SiC powders with an average crystallite size of 4 nm were determined and powders were characterized by XRD, SEM and TEM analyses. This process was applied to prepare fine powders leading to dense SiC ceramics by sintering at 1900oC for 30 minutes under

Vladimir BLANK ResearchGate

Nanostructured composite materials (NCMs) based on Al–Mg alloy AMg6 (1560) modified with fullerene C60 are obtained by milling of initial materials in a high-energy planetary ball mill and the

Microstructure and pitting corrosion of armor grade AA7075

addition of boron carbide P. VIJAYA KUMAR a, 4C powder was ball-milled in a high energy planetary ball mill in wet mode using toluene as a liquid medium for 15 h. After the ball milling, the

(PDF) Combustion synthesis of novel boron carbidejsp?KEY

Even though these initial experiments demonstrated the feasibility of formation of the carbide phase more experiments to optimize the conditions to prepare oxide free pure single phase B4C are required.in-house), carbon black and a binder (PVA or stearic acid) were ball milled in a planetary ball mill for 1h.

A novel, simple and rapid route to the synthesis of boron

Jun 14, 2017 The starting materials were mechanically milled in a planetary high-energy ball mill (Model: NARYA, Amin Asia Fanavar Pars Co., Iran) under an argon atmosphere. boron carbide

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