Accession Number : ADA180506
Title : High Flux Laser Radiation and Residual Gas Interactions with Carbon-Based Structural Materials.
Descriptive Note : Final technical rept. 1 Feb 86-31 Jan 87,
Corporate Author : WEST VIRGINIA UNIV MORGANTOWN DEPT OF PHYSICS
Personal Author(s) : Cooper,Bernard R. ; Montano,Pedro A.
Report Date : 06 APR 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 23
Abstract : The systems studied (in Computational/modeling and/or experimental research) included NaCl-structure (naturally occurring) TiC, Ti/C superlattices and (111) single crystal faces of Ti reacted with CO. The interest in titanium carbide is based on its importance as a high temperature material, combining high melting point, hardness, heat resistance and light weight. Our research was aimed at seeing the feasibility for growing and characterizing artificial superlattices of titanium carbides and comparing their properties to that of naturally occurring titanium carbide which is a cubic metallic conductor. Keywords: Carbon Monoxide; Titanium; Carbon; Sodium Chloride; Titanium Carbide.
Descriptors : *TITANIUM COMPOUNDS, *CARBON, *MATERIALS, COMPUTATIONS, FLUX(RATE), GASES, HEAT, HIGH TEMPERATURE, CARBON MONOXIDE, INTERACTIONS, LASER BEAMS, LIGHTWEIGHT, CARBIDES, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, MELTING POINT, RESIDUALS, SODIUM CHLORIDE, THERMAL RESISTANCE, VISIBILITY
Subject Categories : Laminates and Composite Materials
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE