Fracture strength of low-pressure injection-moulded reaction-bonded silicon nitride
Reaction-bonded silicon nitride (RBSN) samples were fabricated via a low-pressure injection-moulding technique. Sample batches of 58, 68, and 70 vol % silicon solids loading were moulded using a multicomponent, nonaqueous binder. These samples were analysed in terms of their nitrided bulk density, flexural strength, and microstructure. Bulk densities of 2.9 g cm-3 (91% theoretical density) and three-point moduli of rupture in excess of 304 MPa (44×103 p.s.i.) were achieved. These results indicate a potential use of low-pressure injection moulding as a forming technique for the fabrication of RBSN components. © 1991 Chapman and Hall Ltd.
Journal of Materials Science
Fracture strength of low-pressure injection-moulded reaction-bonded silicon nitride.
Journal of Materials Science,
Retrieved from: https://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/michigantech-p/4309