Paper number 1008

COPPER-PHOSPHATE BONDED HIGH STRENGTH FIBER COMPOSITE MATERIAL

Yue Zhuo, Xicong Liu, Cao Pan and Deming Yang

Department of Materials Engineering and Applied Chemistry
National University of Defense Technology
Changsha, Hunan, 410073, China
E-mail:zhuoyue@www.hn.cninfo.net

Summary Copper-phosphate bonding can offer a low cost process to fabricate high strength fiber composites. When the volume fraction is 25 % 30% its flexure strength can reach 382-430 MPa below 350C, 113-280 Map at 700C and the specific gravity is 2.8-3.0 g/cm3.
Chemical copper plating on the fibers can separate the fibers from each other and improved the infiltration process.
Keywords phosphate, inorganic adhesive, fiber composite.

Theme : Fibres

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