STUDYING THE PROCESS OF TITANIUM CARBIDE FORMATION PRECIPITATED FROM GASEOUS PHASE,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The method of accreting high melting carbides from gaseous phase consists in reducing the volatile halide compound of the metal into carbide with a hydrogen and hydrocarbon mixture on a preheated surface. The process is realized in a hydrogen stream at atmospheric pressure. In case the precipitation process is carried out on a graphite surface the hydrocarbon vapors may be absent in the initial mixture.