The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Silicon carbide, Microstructure, Chemical vapor infiltration and Fiber. His work carried out in the field of Composite material brings together such families of science as Chemical vapor deposition and Boron. René Pailler interconnects Carbon and Scanning electron microscope in the investigation of issues within Silicon carbide.
His Microstructure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Optical microscope and Pyrolysis. Thermogravimetric analysis and Nucleation is closely connected to Transmission electron microscopy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Chemical vapor infiltration. His Fiber research includes themes of Stress, Mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes, Carbon nanotube actuators and Elastic modulus.
René Pailler focuses on Composite material, Ceramic, Ceramic matrix composite, Carbon and Silicon carbide. Fiber, Chemical vapor infiltration, Composite number, Microstructure and Carbide are the primary areas of interest in his Composite material study. His research on Composite number often connects related topics like Ultimate tensile strength.
His work in Ceramic addresses subjects such as Pyrolysis, which are connected to disciplines such as Porosity. The various areas that René Pailler examines in his Ceramic matrix composite study include Scientific method and Matrix. He combines subjects such as Titanium, Titanium carbide and Coating with his study of Silicon carbide.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Ceramic matrix composite, Carbon, Silicon carbide and Composite number. René Pailler undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Composite material and C fibres in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Porosity, Fiber, A fibers, Spark plasma sintering and Self-propagating high-temperature synthesis in addition to Ceramic matrix composite.
His studies in Carbon integrate themes in fields like Ceramic, Coating and Graphene. His study in Silicon carbide is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Refractory, Silicon, Carbide, Titanium carbide and Radiation resistance. His work deals with themes such as Matrix, Pyrolysis and Scanning electron microscope, which intersect with Composite number.
His main research concerns Composite material, Ceramic matrix composite, Silicon carbide, Chemical vapor infiltration and Carbon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reactivity and Pyrolysis. His work carried out in the field of Ceramic matrix composite brings together such families of science as Fiber, Etching, Ultimate failure and Weibull modulus.
His Fiber study incorporates themes from Ultimate tensile strength, Silicon nitride and Sintering, Spark plasma sintering, Ceramic. His studies deal with areas such as Slurry and Reinforced carbon–carbon as well as Chemical vapor infiltration. His Microstructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbide, Thin film, Ceramic engineering, Pyrolytic carbon and Electron probe microanalysis.
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Macroscopic fibers and ribbons of oriented carbon nanotubes.
Brigitte Vigolo;Alain Pénicaud;Claude Coulon;Cédric Sauder.
Conversion mechanisms of a polycarbosilane precursor into an SiC-based ceramic material
E. Bouillon;F. Langlais;R. Pailler;R. Naslain.
Journal of Materials Science (1991)
SiC filament/titanium matrix composites regarded as model composites
P. Martineau;R. Pailler;M. Lahaye;R. Naslain.
Journal of Materials Science (1984)
Oxidation-resistant carbon-fiber-reinforced ceramic-matrix composites
F Lamouroux;S Bertrand;R Pailler;R Naslain.
Composites Science and Technology (1999)
The tensile behavior of carbon fibers at high temperatures up to 2400 °C
Cédric Sauder;Jacques Lamon;René Pailler.
Boron-bearing species in ceramic matrix composites for long-term aerospace applications
R Naslain;A Guette;F Rebillat;R Pailler.
Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2004)
Thermal stability of a PCS-derived SiC fibre with a low oxygen content (Hi-Nicalon)
G Chollon;R Pailler;R Naslain;F Laanani.
Journal of Materials Science (1997)
Si-C-N ceramics with a high microstructural stability elaborated from the pyrolysis of new polycarbosilazane precursors
D Mocaer;R Pailler;R Naslain;C Richard.
Journal of Materials Science (1993)
Composition-microstructure-property relationships in ceramic monofilaments resulting from the pyrolysis of a polycarbosilane precursor at 800 to 400 °C
E. Bouillon;D. Mocaer;J. F. Villeneuve;R. Pailler.
Journal of Materials Science (1991)
Thermal properties of carbon fibers at very high temperature
Christophe Pradère;Jean-Christophe Batsale;Jean-Marc Goyhénèche;René Pailler.
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