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Preparation of ZrB2-MoSi2 high oxygen resistant coating using nonequilibrium state powders by self-propagating high-temperature synthesis
Journal of Advanced Ceramics 2021, 10 (5): 1011-1024
Published: 15 September 2021
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To achieve high oxygen blocking structure of the ZrB2-MoSi2 coating applied on carbon structural material, ZrB2-MoSi2 coating was prepared by spark plasma sintering (SPS) method utilizing ZrB2-MoSi2 composite powders synthesized by self-propagating high-temperature synthesis (SHS) technique as raw materials. The oxygen blocking mechanism of the ZrB2-MoSi2 coatings at 1973 K was investigated. Compared with commercial powders, the coatings prepared by SHS powders exhibited superior density and inferior oxidation activity, which significantly heightened the structural oxygen blocking ability of the coatings in the active oxidation stage, thus characterizing higher oxidation protection efficiency. The rise of MoSi2 content facilitated the dispersion of transition metal oxide nanocrystals (5-20 nm) in the SiO2 glass layer and conduced to the increasing viscosity, thus strengthening the inerting impact of the compound glass layer in the inert oxidation stage. Nevertheless, the ZrB2-40 vol%MoSi2 coating sample prepared by SHS powders presented the lowest oxygen permeability of 0.3% and carbon loss rate of 0.29×10-6 g·cm-2·s-1. Owing to the gradient oxygen partial pressure inside the coatings, the Si-depleted layer was developed under the compound glass layer, which brought about acute oxygen erosion.

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Influence of MoSi2 on oxidation protective ability of TaB2-SiC coating in oxygen-containing environments within a broad temperature range
Journal of Advanced Ceramics 2020, 9 (6): 703-715
Published: 13 August 2020
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TaB2-SiC coating modified by different content of MoSi2 was fabricated on graphite substrate with SiC inner coating by liquid phase sintering to elevate the anti-oxidation capability of the TaB2-SiC coatings. As compared to the sample with the TaB2-40wt%SiC coating, the coating sample modified with MoSi2 exhibited a weight gain trend at lower temperatures, the fastest weight loss rate went down by 76%, and the relative oxygen permeability value reduced from about 1% to near 0. More importantly, the large amount of SiO2 glass phase produced over the coating during oxidation was in contact with the modification of MoSi2, which was proved to be beneficial to the dispersion of Ta-oxides. A concomitantly formed continuous Ta-Si-O-B compound glass layer showed excellent capacity to prevent oxygen penetration. However, when the TaB2 content was sacrificed to increase the MoSi2 content, the relative oxygen permeability of the coating increased instead of decreased. Thus, on the basis of ample TaB2 content, increasing the MoSi2 content of the coating is conducive to reducing the relative oxygen permeability of the coatings in a broad temperature region.

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