REACTION BONDED SILICON CARBIDE

@inproceedings{Evans2003REACTIONBS,
  title={REACTION BONDED SILICON CARBIDE},
  author={Robert Scott Evans and David L. Bourell and Joseph J. Beaman and Matthew I. Campbell},
  year={2003}
}
Reaction bonded silicon carbide (RBSiC) has a wide variety of industrial applications and a manufacturing process based on Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) has been demonstrated in previous research at the University of Texas. That study was directed toward semiconductor manufacturing applications and was based on prior indirect SLS methods. Several key research questions were addressed for three main manufacturing phases: preform SLS, binder burnout and reactive infiltration. The current… Expand
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