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Application direction of boron carbide bulletproof ceramic materials?

Application direction of boron carbide bulletproof ceramic materials? The application directions of boron carbide bulletproof ceramic materials are: key equipment projects, future main battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, airdrops and other light armored vehicles, as well as armor protection of armed infantry webs and ship superstructures. Boron carbide, which is abundant in reserves, cheap, easy

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Boron carbide downstream application market prospects

Boron carbide downstream application market prospects 1. Among several major downstream markets, the refractory and nozzle markets are considered to be saturated. At the same time, affected by the slowdown in the development of the downstream industry, it is expected that the contribution to the demand for boron carbide will be difficult to significantly increase

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What is the strength of boron carbide?

What is the strength of boron carbide? Boron carbide has very high strength and hardness, and can reach a strength of 2000-3500 MPa. The bonding method of boron carbide crystals uses sp3 bonds similar to diamonds, so the hardness is very high. In addition, because the elements of boron carbide are arranged very closely to

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The preparation process of aluminum based boron carbide neutron absorption materials?

The preparation process of aluminum based boron carbide neutron absorption materials? Its feature is that the preparation steps are as follows: (1) aluminum powder pretreatment; (2) B4C powder pretreatment; (3) Ball milling mixing: (4) Pressing element failure: (5) Hot pressing sintering. Using a dual pre-treatment process, two types of powders are pretreated before mixing. The

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High performance neutron absorbing material: boron carbide

High performance neutron absorbing material: boron carbide Boron carbide has good chemical stability and high temperature resistance, and its other neutron absorption equation makes boron carbide widely used as a control material in nuclear reactors. In the nuclear industry, boron carbide ceramics are very important neutron absorbing materials. With the rapid development of the nuclear

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What material is boron carbide?

What material is boron carbide? Boron carbide is produced by smelting boric acid and carbon materials at high temperatures in an electric furnace. Its theoretical density is 2.52g/cm3, its melting point is 2450°C, and its microscopic thickness is 4950kgf/mm2. Its high degree of sintered diamond and cubic boron has the characteristics of high temperature resistance,

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