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Fatigue Behavior of Ceramic Matrix Composite Oxidized at Intermediate Temperatures
Shijie Zhu
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2006 Volume 47 Issue 8 Pages 1965-1967

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The effect of intermediate temperature oxidation on fatigue behavior of SiC/SiC is investigated to understand fatigue damage mechanisms. It has been found that fatigue life is decreased by 13% after oxidation at 600°C for 100 hours due to disappearance of carbon interphase by oxidation. The strong bonding between the fibers and matrix caused by SiO2 formation at 800°C for 100 hours leads to the shortest fatigue life.

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