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Supercritical Fluid Applications in Advanced Materials Processing

  • Richard A. Wagner (a1), Val J. Krukonis (a2) and Michael P. Coffey (a2)

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The feasibility of using supercritical fluids to impregnate carbon/carbon composites with a ceramic precursor was successfully demonstrated. Improvements in mechanical properties and oxidation resistance were correlated with the distribution of silicon within the microstructure of the composites. In addition, supercritical fluids were also used to fractionate silicon carbide precursors and thereby control the physical properties and char yield.

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McHugh, M. and Krukonis, V. J., Supercritical Fluid Extraction, (Butterworths Publishers, Boston, 1986), p 9899.
Randall, L. G., Separation Science and Technology, 17 (1) p. 1118, 1982.
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Supercritical Fluid Applications in Advanced Materials Processing

  • Richard A. Wagner (a1), Val J. Krukonis (a2) and Michael P. Coffey (a2)

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