Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Molybdenum disilicide nanocomposite powder was produced successfully in Iran Materials and Energy Research Center, in addition to titanium carbide.
What does TIC stand for?
TIC stands for Titanium Carbide
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- This Is China (Tove Vine book)
- Threat Intelligence Community
- Three Island Crossing (Idaho State Park)
- Throttle Input Command
- Tijdschrift voor Industriële Cultuur (Dutch: Journal of Industrial Culture; Belgium)
- Time In Class (US State Department)
- Time Interval Counter
- Time Is Capital
- Timing Interface Card (Sycamore)
- To Improve Conditions (club)
- Toaster Input Controller (Cisco)
- Together in Christ
- Token-ring Interface Coupler
- Tokyo International Center (Tokyo, Japan)
- Top of Inner Casing (monitoring wells to denote measuring point)
- Toronto International Centre (Canada)
- Toshiba International Corporation Pty. Ltd (Australia)
- Total Inorganic Carbon
Samples in periodicals archive:
This paper aims to demonstrate the feasibility of induction heating for vacuum and air brazing of chromium and titanium carbide based cermets with traditional and amorphous filler metals.
Proprietary French technology uses lasers to fuse titanium carbide along the edge of a stainless-steel blade, which is then shaped and sharpened on diamond wheels, resulting in a patented edge that is highly durable for common kitchen use and requires less sharpening, according to Puiforcat.
This competition-style bodywork has been given a black titanium carbide treatment to avoid any scratching in case of impacts.
Titanium carbide and aluminium oxide are very hard materials, providing wear resistance, and chemically inert, providing a chemical and heat barrier between tool and chip (Sandwik Coromat, 1994).
The system will also apply titanium carbide to improve performance of solid tungsten carbide inserts used in lathe bits and large milling cutters.
Lieber observed sawtooth titanium carbide nanorods and niobium carbide ones with a helical structure.