Volume 18, Issue 1 (4-1999)                   JCME 1999, 18(1): 171-180 | Back to browse issues page

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A. Said and M.A. Golozar. Combustion Synthesis of Titanium-Tungsten Carbide Composites in Iron Matrix. JCME. 1999; 18 (1) :171-180
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Combustion synthesis has been used to produce Fe-(Ti,W)C composites. A simple reactor was designed which made it possible to ignite the samples under controlled atmosphere. Samples with different W/Ti ratio were ingnited under argon atmosphere by an electric arc and a self-propagating reaction was initiated in each sample. Different composites such as WC in Fe-Ti matrix, WC+(Ti,W)C in Fe matrix, and (Ti, W)C in iron matrix were produced by changing W/Ti ratio in the starting materials. Examination of the microstructure revealed that WC had an angular morphology while (Ti, W)C particles were spherical.
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Received: 2014/10/25 | Published: 1999/04/15

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