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2. Developments since 1970. In the early seventies research in relation to the available processes indicated in section 1. was still going on and further improvements were developed, mainly by US and French manufacturers. Emphasis was laid on the CVD and the chemical conversion processes for the preparation of carbide, especially silicon and boron carbide, boride and nitride filaments. However in the mid seventies a Japanese chemist, S. YAJIMA, developed a totally different approach to prepare strong, continuous fibres of silicon carbide as will be described later here.
Several suggestions in that direction were made such as the use of carbon-or tungsten coated silica fibres (5) (6) or beryllium wire (7). But the major breakthrough came with the appearance of commercially available carbon fibres, which possessed the desirable characteristics of electrical conductivity, hot strength and low density (8). It was however observed that during the boron deposition serious degradation of the carbon filaments occured resulting in non uniform coatings with stringlike appearance.
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