Accession Number:

AD0257731

Title:

INVESTIGATION OF FEASIBILITY OF UTILIZING AVAILABLE HEAT-RESISTANT MATERIALS FOR HYPERSONIC LEADING-EDGE APPLICATIONS. VOLUME VI. DETERMINATION AND DESIGN APPLICATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BARE AND COATED GRAPHITE

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BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OHIO

Report Date:

1960-11-01

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

COATINGS, Stresses, Deformation, Tests, Temperature, Silicon compounds, Carbides, Nitrides, Tensile properties. The results of a study on the mechanical properties of a siliconized Grade ATJ graphite are presented. The mechanical properties were studied as functions of temperature to 2950 F, strain rate, size, and stress state. Supplementary studies were conducted to determine the room-temperature properties of the uncoated material and the degree of anisotropy of both the coated and uncoated material. Gross variations in the material tended to obscure the effects of the parameters under consideration. With proper selection of material quality, the siliconized Grade ATJ graphite may be used effectively as a structural component at elevated temperature in an oxidizing atmosphere. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE