By Jon Binner, Paul Hogg and John Murphy (Eds.)
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Denki Kagaku Kogyo KK, Kobe Steel Ltd and the Government Industrial Research Institute of Nagoya were all involved in the work. Results of simulation tests using turbine blades made from the material suggest that it may have a working life of 10 000 hours, compared with just a few hours for its conventional counterparts. No permanent change in shape with prolonged exposure to stress and high temperatures was recorded. 5 Cheaper silicon nitride produced A manufacturing process which results in strong and abrasion-resistant silicon nitride has been developed by Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd, based in Osaka, Japan.
6 Silicon nitride made from rice husks Silicon nitride has been from rice husks by Japanese scientists at the Industrial Research Institute in Fukuoka Prefecture. The carbon content of the husks was reduced using enzymes and heat, and subsequent processing at 1600°C for 1 hour produced the ceramic, reports the Japan Industrial Journal. 7 Silicon nitride whiskers from rice hulls Researchers at the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan claim to have succeeded in synthesising silicon nitride whiskers from rice hulls.
The properties of fibre-reinforced CMCs depend on the high temperature stability and performance of the fibres. TSM claims that its expertise in producing silicon carbon fibres by the chemical vapour deposition (CVD) method has led to major improvements in fibre properties. 37 Advanced Materials Source Book Ceramics With continued research, the company aims to improve further the fibre properties and reduce the fibre diameter, to increase the fibre's flexibility so that it can be woven and bent into complex shapes.
Advanced Materials Source Book by Jon Binner, Paul Hogg and John Murphy (Eds.)