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Research Article | Open Access

Modification of YSZ fiber composites by Al2TiO5 fibers for high thermal shock resistance

Wei LIUYongshuai XIEZhezhe DENGYing PENGJianhong DONGZe ZHUDehua MALuyi ZHU( )Guanghui ZHANGXinqiang WANG
State Key Laboratory of Crystal Materials, School of Crystal Materials, Shandong University, Jinan 250100, China
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Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) fiber composites are highly efficient thermal insulating materials; however, the poor thermal shock resistance limits their versatile applications. In the present study, YSZ fiber was mixed directly with Al2TiO5 fiber, which had an extremely low thermal expansion coefficient, to prepare YSZ-Al2TiO5 (ZAT) fiber composites by compression molding and heat treatment. The minimum thermal expansion coefficient of the prepared ZAT fiber composites was measured to be 7.74×10-6 K-1, which was 26% lower than that of the YSZ fiber composites (10.42×10-6 K-1). It was shown that the prepared ZAT fiber composites maintain the integrity after undergoing 51 thermal shock cycles between 1100 ℃ and room temperature. Whereas, YSZ fiber composites burst immediately after only one thermal shock cycle under the same condition. In addition, the ZAT fiber composites also exhibit considerable mechanical and thermal insulating performance.

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Journal of Advanced Ceramics
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LIU W, XIE Y, DENG Z, et al. Modification of YSZ fiber composites by Al2TiO5 fibers for high thermal shock resistance. Journal of Advanced Ceramics, 2022, 11(6): 922-934. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40145-022-0586-2

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Received: 04 September 2021
Revised: 03 March 2022
Accepted: 09 March 2022
Published: 01 April 2022
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