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Manufacturing Technique and Properties of Condensed Copper-Carbon Composite Materials for Sliding Electrical Contacts

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1100371, PP. 1-9

Subject Areas: Modern Physics, Mechanics

Keywords: Copper-Carbonic Condensed Composite, Electron-Beam Technology, Material Structure, Electrical, Tribotechnical and Mechanical Characteristics

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The production technology, structure, electrical conductivity, coefficient of friction, hardness, strength, and plasticity over a temperature range of 290 - 870 K of laminated copper-carbonic composites for sliding electrical contacts of current-collecting devices obtained by electron-beam evaporation and vapor condensation are studied.

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Grechanyuk, N. , Minakova, R. , Bukhanovsky, V. and Rudnitsky, N. (2014). Manufacturing Technique and Properties of Condensed Copper-Carbon Composite Materials for Sliding Electrical Contacts. Open Access Library Journal, 1, e371. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1100371.

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