High-temperature protective coatings for C/SiC composites
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Journal of Asian Ceramic Societies,
Coating | High-temperature | Oxidation | TP785-869 | C/SiC composites | Clay industries. Ceramics. Glass
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Carbon fiber-reinforced silicon carbide (C/SiC) composites were well-established light weight materials combining high specific strength and damage tolerance. For high-temperature applications, protective coatings had to provide oxidation and corrosion resistance. The literature data introduced various technologies and materials, which were suitable for the application of coatings. Coating procedures and conditions, materials design limitations related to the reactivity of the components of C/SiC composites, new approaches and coating systems to the selection of protective coatings materials were examined. The focus of future work was on optimization by further multilayer coating systems and the anti-oxidation ability of C/SiC composites at temperatures up to 2073 K or higher in water vapor.