Advances in Material Science

Editor-in-Chief:Wei BingQing


Publishing Frequency:semi-yearly

Article Processing Charges(APC):500 SGD

Publishing model:Open Access


About the Journal

Advances in Material Science is fully peer-reviewed journal that dedicate in promoting the international exchange of scientific information in material science and technology for studying the relationship between structure, physicochemical properties and application of materials. It focuses on the original research paper, review article and short communication recording results or techniques which share by expert and researcher. The goal of this journal is to explores rapid-growing area of research activity ranging from metallic materials, inorganic non-metallic materials, composite materials, biological materials, nanoscience, electrical material, separation science technology and material process technology.

The article categories within the journal include (but are not limited to) the following fields:

  • Chemical Synthesis
  • Functional Material
  • Metal and Alloy
  • Modelling and Simulation in Structural Engineering
  • Catalytic and Reactive Engineering
  • Polymer Processing
  • Optical Material
  • Sensor Material
  • Porous Material
  • Material Theory
  • Thermal Property
  • Soft Matter
  • Glasses
  • Crystallography

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Vol 7, No 1 (2023)

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Shuaipeng Li, Xueni Guo


This study investigates the effect of the Si/Zr mass ratio on the morphology, phase composition, and anti-ablation performance of Si-Zr-C composite coatings on C/C composite materials by controlling the Si/Zr mass ratio in the infiltration material. With an increase in the Si/Zr mass ratio in the infiltration material, the coating becomes smoother, and there are changes in the phase composition of the coating. Through ablation testing, it was observed that the anti-ablation performance of the coating initially increases and then decreases with an increase in the Si/Zr mass ratio. The best anti-ablation performance is exhibited when the Si/Zr mass ratio is 6:4, with a mass ablation rate of -3.083×10-5/ g·s-1 after 120s of ablation. The presence of fewer cracks and grain boundaries on the coating surface results in higher coating strength. Additionally, the reaction products ZrO2 and ZrSiO4 enhance the high-temperature stability of SiO2. Moreover, they themselves possess good anti-ablation performance and a lower oxygen diffusion rate, thereby improving the anti-ablation performance of the coating.


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