Investigation of Electrical Characteristics of High Temperature Ceramic-Metal Contact Assemblages
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Kirko, Vladimir I.
Stepanov, Egor I.
Nagibin, Gennady E.
Dobrosmislov, Sergey S.
Gusev, Alexander O.
Simakov, Dmitry A.
There was carried out research work on electrical technical characteristics of contact assemblages made of materials with very diverse linear expansion coefficients (LECs) at temperatures up to 900°С and current loads of long-durations up to 100 hours. Foam nickel was employed as a conductive damping material. After being subjected to long current and heat loads contact junctions between the foam nickel and contact assemblage materials were studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis.