Studies of high-temperature protection of a titanium-carbide ceramal by chromium-type ceramic-metal coatings

Dwight G. Moore, Stanley G. Benner, William N. Harrison
Jun 1951

Certain ceramals consisting of carbides bonded with a refractory metal have good strength properties at elevated temperatures, but are lacking in resistance to oxidation. In order for carbide ceramals of this type to find extensive use in jet-engine applications, there must first be some means of protecting them against rapid oxidation.

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