Abstract

The kinetics of reaction-bonded SiC infiltration process utilizing Si-Al matrix has been investigated theoretically using a modified Washburn model. The effect of alloy composition and temperature on infiltration has been quantified. The resulting characteristics depend on alloy composition of the secondary metallic phase. Specifically, aluminum generally suppresses the infiltration rate. Increasing the temperature enhances both the infiltration capacity and reaction rate.

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