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It is clear seen that metal oxide layer or spinel was not smooth and homogeneous. 3-123nm for different of Mg content. 2wt% Mg content formed more homogenoues and thicker of metal oxide layer on the SiC surface, therefore this condition was used to coat SiC particles for making Al-Si/SiC composites by stir casting route. 5wt%Mg (e) Microstructure of Al-Si/SiC MMCs Optical micrograph of Al-Si/SiC reinforced composites was shown in Fig. 6. 6c (M:200x). The porosity was formed in the cluster of SiC and increased with higher volume fraction of SiC.
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The aluminium armour was able to withstand a 9 mm calibre projectile, although some cracks were visible. 62 mm calibre projectile. Introduction Materials for armour application have been designed to withstand the penetration of projectiles, depending on metallurgy structure so they can rupture or trap the projectile with high velocity impact loading. This result requires that the materials have high rates of toughness and hardness. Another factor that must be considered in designing armour materials is the mobility of the materials relative to the dimension and weight of the armour.