|Cite this article as:|
|Ping Zhu, Pingping Wang, Puzhen Shao, Xiu Lin, Ziyang Xiu, Qiang Zhang, Equo Kobayashi, and Gaohui Wu, Research progress of interface modification and thermal conduction behavior of diamond/metal composites, Int. J. Miner. Metall. Mater.,(2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12613-021-2339-6|
Diamond/metal composites are widely used in national defense technology and national production due to their outstanding properties of high thermal conductivity and low expansion. However, the difference of chemical properties leads to the interface incompatibility between diamond and metal, which has an important impact on the properties of the composites. Interfacial modification is an effective way to improve the interfacial bonding and reduce the interfacial thermal resistance. This paper reviews the experimental research on interface modification of diamond/metal composites and the application of material calculation simulation in diamond/metal composites. Combining computational simulation and experiment is an expected method to advance the research of diamond/metal composite interface modification.