Three-dimensional-linked carbon fiber-carbon nanotube hybrid structure for enhancing thermal conductivity of silicon carbonitride matrix composites

Carbon10.90
Volume: 108, Pages: 38 - 46
Published: Nov 1, 2016
Abstract
In this paper, a novel three-dimensional-linked (3D-linked) carbon fiber-carbon nanotube (Cf-CNT) hybrid structure is presented to improve the through-thickness thermal properties of polymer derived silicon carbonitride matrix composites. Comparing with pristine plain woven carbon fiber, the pores in the criss-cross position are fully filled with carbon nanotubes (CNT) in the presented Cf-CNT hybrid structure. CNT can be integrated in between...
Paper Details
Title
Three-dimensional-linked carbon fiber-carbon nanotube hybrid structure for enhancing thermal conductivity of silicon carbonitride matrix composites
Published Date
Nov 1, 2016
Journal
Volume
108
Pages
38 - 46
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