Overview of AlMgB14 Pulver
Aluminum Boride or Al3Mg3B56
The compound of aluminum, magnesium, and boron, also known as BAM is commonly known. Although its molecular formula is AlMgB14 it is actually closer to Al0.75Mg0.75B14 in its chemical makeup. It is a wear-resistant ceramic alloy that has an extremely low sliding friction coefficient. This record-breaking value was 0.04 for the AlMgB14/TiB2 unlubricated composite material and 0.02 for the AlMgB14/TiB2 lubricated composite material. In 1970, BAM reported the discovery. Each cell is composed of four icosahedral, B12 units. This superhard material’s thermal expansion coefficient is comparable to that of concrete and steel.
AlMgB14 aluminum/magnesium-boride material has a better abrasion resist than diamond and is a novel anti-degradation product. AlMgB14’s density is 2.66g/cm3, which compares to other superhard materials such as diamond and cubic-boron nitride. It is also less reactive than carbon steel, stainless and titanium alloys, and is highly thermal stable.
Aluminum Magnesium Boride BAM AlMgB14 Powder
What are the applications of AlMgB14 Pulver?
BAM is available commercially, and more research is underway to find potential applications. BAM, or BAM+ TiB2, can be applied to pistons, seals, and vanes to increase wear resistance and reduce friction. Energy consumption will be reduced by reducing friction. BAM can also apply to cutting tools. Reducing friction will decrease the force required to cut objects, extend the tool’s lifespan, and increase cutting speed. A 2-to-3 micron thick coating can improve efficiency and reduce tool wear.
The research area of superhard materials is dominated by Ternary Boride AlMgB14 powder. It has received a lot of attention from researchers at home as well as abroad over the past years. AlMgB14 superhard metal is an alternative to traditional metastable materials such as diamond or cubic boron nuitride. This superhard material has high hardness and low density with low friction coefficient. It also has good thermoelectric and thermal stability.
AlMgB14 aluminum/magnesium-boride material has a better abrasion resist than diamond and is a novel anti-degradation product. AlMgB14’s density is 2.66g/cm3. This is lower than most superhard materials, such as diamond or cubic-boron nitride. It is also resistant to carbon steel, stainless and titanium alloys up to 1300degC. It is also highly thermal stable.
AlMgB14 aluminum–magnesium boreide has an electrical conductivity much higher than conventional superhard materials. It is practically equivalent to polysilicon. AlMgB14 has a low price that is between 5 and 10 times those of cubic boron nuitride or diamond. AlMgB14’s excellent properties make it not only wearable.
You can use traditional skills, like cutting and protective coating, in advanced scientific areas such as photodetectors, photodetectors, neutronmasks, micromachines and key aerospace components.
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