Oxidation of HIPed TiC ceramics in dry O2, wet O2, and H2O atmospheres

S. Shimada, T. Onuma, H. Kiyono, M. Desmaison

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Isothermal oxidation of dense TiC ceramics, fabricated by hot-isostatic pressing at 1630°C and 195 MPa, was performed in Ar/O2 (dry oxidation), Ar/O2/H2O (wet oxidation), and Ar/H 2O (H2O oxidation) at 900°-1200°C. The weight change measurements of the TiC specimen showed that the dry, wet, and H 2O oxidation at 850°-1000°C is represented by a one-dimensional parabolic rate equation, while the oxidation in the three atmospheres at 1100°and 1200°C proceeds linearly. Cross-sectional observation showed that the dry oxidation produces a lamellar TiO2 scale consisting of many thin layers, about 5 μm thick, containing many pores and large cracks, while H2O-containing oxidation decreases pores in number and diminishes cracks in scales. Gas evolution of CO2 and H2 with weight change measurement was simultaneously followed by heating the TiC to 1400°C in the three atmospheres. Cracking in the TiO 2 scale accompanied CO2 evolution, and the H 2O-containing oxidation produced a small amount of H2. A piece of single crystal TiC was oxidized in 16O2/H 2 18O to reveal the contribution of O from H2O to the oxidation of TiC by secondary ion mass spectrometry.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1218-1225
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of the American Ceramic Society
Volume89
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006 Apr
Externally publishedYes

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Oxidation
Cracks
Hot isostatic pressing
Secondary ion mass spectrometry
Gases
Single crystals
Heating

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Oxidation of HIPed TiC ceramics in dry O2, wet O2, and H2O atmospheres. / Shimada, S.; Onuma, T.; Kiyono, H.; Desmaison, M.

In: Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 89, No. 4, 04.2006, p. 1218-1225.

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Shimada, S. ; Onuma, T. ; Kiyono, H. ; Desmaison, M. / Oxidation of HIPed TiC ceramics in dry O2, wet O2, and H2O atmospheres. In: Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 2006 ; Vol. 89, No. 4. pp. 1218-1225.
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