Prospects of Nanotechnology and Design of Materials Based on Refractory Compounds

  title={Prospects of Nanotechnology and Design of Materials Based on Refractory Compounds},
  author={Igor L. Shabalin},
  journal={Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals},
  • I. Shabalin
  • Published 21 October 2019
  • Materials Science
  • Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals
The prospects for the development of high-temperature ceramic materials science are considered as a matter of discussion. The substantiation of the development of hetero-modulus ceramic composites as the possibility to implement unique physicochemical features of refractory compounds (carbides, nitrides, borides, etc.) under their application conditions at high and ultrahigh temperatures is presented. The prospects for a nanotechnology-based approach to the fabrication of such materials in… 
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