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Title: Method of making a continuous ceramic fiber composite hot gas filter

Abstract

A ceramic fiber composite structure particularly suitable for use as a hot gas cleanup ceramic fiber composite filter and method of making same from ceramic composite material has a structure which provides for increased strength and toughness in high temperature environments. The ceramic fiber composite structure or filter is made by a process in which a continuous ceramic fiber is intimately surrounded by discontinuous chopped ceramic fibers during manufacture to produce a ceramic fiber composite preform which is then bonded using various ceramic binders. The ceramic fiber composite preform is then fired to create a bond phase at the fiber contact points. Parameters such as fiber tension, spacing, and the relative proportions of the continuous ceramic fiber and chopped ceramic fibers can be varied as the continuous ceramic fiber and chopped ceramic fiber are simultaneously formed on the porous vacuum mandrel to obtain a desired distribution of the continuous ceramic fiber and the chopped ceramic fiber in the ceramic fiber composite structure or filter.

Inventors:
 [1];  [1];  [1];  [1];  [1];  [1]
  1. Lynchburg, VA
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
MCDERMOTT TECHNOLOGY INC
OSTI Identifier:
872166
Patent Number(s):
US 5876537
Assignee:
McDermott Technology, Inc. (New Orleans, LA)
DOE Contract Number:  
AC21-94MC31212
Resource Type:
Patent
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
method; continuous; ceramic; fiber; composite; hot; gas; filter; structure; particularly; suitable; cleanup; material; provides; increased; strength; toughness; temperature; environments; process; intimately; surrounded; discontinuous; chopped; fibers; manufacture; produce; preform; bonded; various; binders; fired; create; bond; phase; contact; parameters; tension; spacing; relative; proportions; varied; simultaneously; formed; porous; vacuum; mandrel; obtain; desired; distribution; composite preform; ceramic fibers; composite filter; gas filter; gas cleanup; ceramic composite; particularly suitable; composite structure; composite material; hot gas; ceramic fiber; fiber composite; temperature environments; temperature environment; composite mat; gas clean; increased strength; simultaneously form; /156/55/210/

Citation Formats

Hill, Charles A, Wagner, Richard A, Komoroski, Ronald G, Gunter, Greg A, Barringer, Eric A, and Goettler, Richard W. Method of making a continuous ceramic fiber composite hot gas filter. United States: N. p., 1999. Web.
Hill, Charles A, Wagner, Richard A, Komoroski, Ronald G, Gunter, Greg A, Barringer, Eric A, & Goettler, Richard W. Method of making a continuous ceramic fiber composite hot gas filter. United States.
Hill, Charles A, Wagner, Richard A, Komoroski, Ronald G, Gunter, Greg A, Barringer, Eric A, and Goettler, Richard W. Fri . "Method of making a continuous ceramic fiber composite hot gas filter". United States. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/872166.
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title = {Method of making a continuous ceramic fiber composite hot gas filter},
author = {Hill, Charles A and Wagner, Richard A and Komoroski, Ronald G and Gunter, Greg A and Barringer, Eric A and Goettler, Richard W},
abstractNote = {A ceramic fiber composite structure particularly suitable for use as a hot gas cleanup ceramic fiber composite filter and method of making same from ceramic composite material has a structure which provides for increased strength and toughness in high temperature environments. The ceramic fiber composite structure or filter is made by a process in which a continuous ceramic fiber is intimately surrounded by discontinuous chopped ceramic fibers during manufacture to produce a ceramic fiber composite preform which is then bonded using various ceramic binders. The ceramic fiber composite preform is then fired to create a bond phase at the fiber contact points. Parameters such as fiber tension, spacing, and the relative proportions of the continuous ceramic fiber and chopped ceramic fibers can be varied as the continuous ceramic fiber and chopped ceramic fiber are simultaneously formed on the porous vacuum mandrel to obtain a desired distribution of the continuous ceramic fiber and the chopped ceramic fiber in the ceramic fiber composite structure or filter.},
doi = {},
url = {https://www.osti.gov/biblio/872166}, journal = {},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {1999},
month = {1}
}

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Improvement of the temperature resistance of aluminium-matrix composites using an acid phosphate binder: Part I Binders
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