This paper addresses the role of Mo coating to modify the interface of SiC fiber reinforced Ti-6Al-4V composite (SiCf/Mo/Ti-6Al-4V). The formation of microstructure as well as the diffusion of elements in the interface of as-prepared and heat-treated SiCf/Mo/Ti-6Al-4V composites was investigated. The results show that the phases formed at the interfacial zone are: Mo coating∣TiC∣Mo + β-Ti∣β-Ti∣β-Ti + α-Tistrip, ordering from fiber to matrix. Mo coating can effectively hinder the diffusion of elements between the matrix and fiber to some extent, thus it can inhibit fiber/matrix interfacial reaction and protect the fiber from damage. It is believed that the β-Ti layer formed around the interface can improve the formability of composites. Furthermore, it indicates that Mo coating exhibits excellent thermal stability bellow 700 °C according to the heat treatment of the composites at 700 °C for up to 200 h. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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