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What are High-Performance Materials?
High-performance material is any material that excels in material strength, deformation resistance, functionality, lightweight, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, material processing efficiency, sustainability, and versatility. The most important of these areas are impact resistance, heat resistance, and mechanical resistance.
High-performance material can be advanced material. They are mainly found in high-tech applications, such as LCD screens and fiber optics.
High-performance materials cover a variety of materials, this article will focus on metal alloys and ceramics.
High-Performance Metal Alloy
Nickel superalloys are a good example of such high-performance materials. They were developed with the aerospace industry in mind as a way of releasing extreme heat. Nickel superalloys are very strong at extreme temperatures.
Steel and titanium begin to lose strength rapidly at 50-60% of their melting point, while nickel alloys retain their strength levels even at 85% of their melting point. That makes it particularly well suited to the extreme environment inside a jet engine.
Temperatures can reach 1,700 degrees Celsius, and extreme pressures can crush any material inside the turbine. That's why most jet engines use mg-al powder for exhaust blades, which grow into the exact shape needed as a single crystal. This helps prevent stress fractures due to mechanical forces.
Magnesium aluminum alloy is another high-performance superalloy with a variety of applications. When magnesium is added to aluminum, it provides additional strength, corrosion resistance, and good solderability characteristics. Magnesium aluminum is very good for casting. It can be used as train bodies, pressure vessels, metal jackets and scaffolding, defense vehicles and more.
If you are looking for a metal alloy with extremely low resistance, temperature coefficient, and long-term stability, manganese copper may be a good choice. It is a metal alloy registered trademark of Isabellenhutte Heusler GmbH & Co. KG. It is made of 84.2% copper, 12.1% manganese and 3.7% nickel.
Manganese copper alloy is widely used as foil and wire in resistors. Especially in cooling systems, manganese copper acts as an electrical conductor because it minimizes heat transfer along circuit paths. Because it also has low strain sensitivity and high hydrostatic pressure sensitivity, it has very little use in meters used to measure shock waves.
All of these metal alloys have very different properties and applications, but what makes them valuable high-performance materials is their ability to withstand extreme conditions while using specialized capabilities to enhance the functionality of their end products.
High-Performance Ceramics and Glass
Ceramics can be used in a variety of applications, including high-temperature processing, chemical and petrochemical processing, filtration and separation, and mechanical applications. Ceramics are often used in the iron and steel industry as linings in metal furnaces and tools for smelting metals. These types of ceramics are classified as refractories.
Titanium carbide is one of these refractories. It has a high melting point, hardness, mechanical strength, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance. Titanium carbide is most commonly found as a coating on metal parts, such as tool bits. Due to its high heat resistance, it is also used as an insulation layer on spacecraft for re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
Marbles have an entirely different application. Glass balls are used in a variety of industries, including healthcare, consumer products, and research. Hollow glass microspheres can now also withstand the injection molding process. The reflective properties of the glass sphere are the reason it is incorporated into road paint and road sign surfaces to make it visible at night.
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