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Unfortunately. such fibers are either mechanically and chemically unstable above 1000°C in both oxidative and non-oxidative environment (Sic fibers) or poorly resistant to oxidation in air above 400°C (carbon fibers). For CFCCs fabrication, high-modulus and strength oxidation resistant fibers with small diameter are ideal. Additionally, reinforcing fibers should be capable of retaining the structure, s t i a e s s and strength under processing and service conditions. ~* Indeed, BN fibers should be of a major interest in aerospace application as a reinforcing phase in a new generation of composites (BNIBN composites).

48 Table I. Changes in the mechanical properties during the preparation of BN fibers. 5 Consistent with SEM observations, a granular microtexture is clearly seen in such fibers. No damage of fibers was observed which means that the microstructural cohesion of the BN network is stronger in accordance with the higher values of mechanical properties compared to those measured after thermal treatment at 1000 and 14OO0C (Table 1). , along the basal (002) sheets. Such fibers are therefore accompanied by a higher brittleness and, therefore, a lower flexibility.

The S i c fibers were dipped into the coating solution and hydrolyzed the alkoxides in air. Dip-and-hydrolysis process was repeated 5 times. Finally the fibers were heated up to 1400 OC in air: the heating and cooling rate was 7 "Clmin. The phase of the coating was analyzed by using X-ray difiactometer. CuKa radiation of 40 KV and 20 mA was used with a step-scanning technique in the 20 range from 25 to 80'. The surface of the coating was examined by using a scanning electron microscopy (SEM). 5 mm/min.

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