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Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings #506: Mechanical Properties and Performance of Engineering Ceramics and Composites IVby Dileep Singh
Synopses & Reviews
This volume is a compilation of papers presented in the Mechanical Behavior and Performance of Ceramics & Composites and Geopolymers and Other Inorganic Polymers symposia during the 33rd International Conference & Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites held January 18-23, 2009, at Daytona Beach, Florida.
The Mechanical Behavior and Performance of Ceramics & Composites symposium addressed the cutting-edge topics on mechanical properties and reliability of ceramics and composites and their correlations to processing, microstructure, and environmental effects. The symposium included over 100 presentations representing 10 countries. Symposium topics included: Ceramics and composites for engine applications Design and life prediction methodologies Environmental effects on mechanical properties Mechanical behavior of porous ceramics Reliability of small scale systems Ultra high temperature ceramics Ternary compounds Mechanics & characterization of nanomaterials and devices Novel test methods and equipment Processing - microstructure - mechanical properties correlations Ceramics & composites joining and testing NDE of ceramic components
Mechanical Properties and Performance of Engineering Ceramics and Composites IV
Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings
Volume 30, Issue 2, 2009
Waltraud M. Kriven
Gain insight into the mechanical properties and performance of engineering ceramics and composites. This collection of articles illustrates the Mechanical Behavior and Performance of Ceramics & Composites symposium, which included over 100 presentations representing 10 countries. The symposium addressed the cutting-edge topics on mechanical properties and reliability of ceramics and composites and their correlations to processing, microstructure, and environmental effects.
Table of Contents
Mechanical Properties and Performance.
R&D of Advanced Ceramics Activites in China and Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Chinese Academy of Sciences (SICCAS). (Dongliang Jiang).
Fabrication of Silicon Nitride-Multi Walled Nanotube Composites by Direct In-Situ Growth of Nanotubes on Silicon Nitride Particles. (Amit Datye, Kuang-Hsi Wu, S. Kulkarni, H.T. Lin, J. Schmidt, D. Hunn, Wenzhi LI, and Latha Kumari).
Synthesis of Yttria Stabilized Zirconia (3YTZP) Multi Walled Nanotrube (MWNTs) Nanocomposite by Direct in Situ Growth of MWNTs on Zirconia Particles. (Amit Datye, Kuang-Hsi Wu, V. Monroy, S. Kulkarni, S. Amruthaluri, H.T. Lin, J.Vleugels, K. Vanmennsel, Wenzhi LI, and Latha Kumari).
Processing Microstructure and Mechanincal Properties of Ultra High Temperature Ceramics Fabricated by Spark Plasma Sintering. (Amit Datye, Kuang-Hsi Wu, S. Kulkarni, J.Vleugels, K. Vanmennsel, Wenzhi LI, and Latha Kumari).
Fabrication of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Ceramic Matrix Composites Potential for Ultra-High Temperature Applications. (S.M. Dong, Z. Wang, Y.S. Ding, X. Y. Zhang, P. He, and L. Gao).
Estimation of Sintering Warpage of a Constrained Ceramic Film. (Kais Hbaieb).
Long-Term Temperature Gradient Stress Relaxation Testing and Modeling of Ceramic Insulation Materials. (James G. Hernrick, Edgar Lara-Curzio, and James F. King).
From Conventional to Fast Sintering of Zirconia Toughened Alumina Nanocomposites. (Eniko Volceanov, Gheorghe Virgil Aldica, Adrian Volceanov, Dan Mihai Constantinescu, and Stefania Motoc).
Fatigue Characterization of Melt-Infiltrated Woven HI-NIC-S/BN/SIC Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) Using A Unique Combustion Test Facility. (Ted T. Kim, Shankar Mall, and Larry P. Zawada).
Effect of SiC Content and Third Phase Metal Additions on Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Si/SiC Ceramics. (A.L. Marshall, P. Karandikar, A.L. McCormick, and M.K. Aghajanian).
Compressive Strength Degradation in ZrB2-SiC And ZrB20SiC-C Ultra High Temperature Composites. (J. Ramirez- Rico, M.A. Bautista, J. Martinez-Fernandez, and M. Singh).
SiC Nanometer Sizing Effect on Self Healing Ability of Structural Ceramics. (Wataru Nakao, Shihomi Abe, and Kotoji Ando).
Creep and Fatigue Behavior of Mi SiC/SiC Composites at Temperature. (G. Ojard, Y. Gowayed, G. Morscher, U. Santhosh, J. Ahmad, R. Miller, and R. John).
Self-Crack-Healing Behavior Under Combustion Gas Atmosphere. (Toshio Osada, Wataru Nakao, Koji Takahashi, and Kotoji Ando).
Selection of a Toughened Mulite for a Miniature Gas Turbine Engine. (Barry A Bender and Ming Jen Pan).
Comparison in a Foreign Object Damge between SiC/SiC and Oxide/Oxide Ceramic Matric Composites. (Sung R. Choi, Donald J Alexander, and David C. Faucett).
Ti3(Si1Ai)C2 for Nuclear Application: Investigation of Irradiation Effects Induced by Charged Particles. (Marion Le Fiem, Xingmin Liu, Sylvie Doriot, Theodore Cozzika, Fabien Onimus, Jean Luc Cechade, Isabelle Monnet and Yanchun Zhou).
Heavy Ions Induced Damages in Ti3SiC2: Effect of Irradiation Temperature. (J.C. Nappe, PH Grosseau, B Guihot, F Audubert, M Beauvy and M Benabdesselam).
Titanium Carbide and Silicon Carbide Thermal Conductivity Under Heavy Ions Irradiation. (J. Cabrero, F. Audubert, P. Weisbecker, A. Kusiak, and R. Pailer).
Corrosion Resistance of Ceramics in Vaporous and Boiling Sulfuric Acid. (C.A. Lewinsohn, H. Anderson, M. Wilson, M. Sunderberg and J Brangefalt).
Unlubricated Clutch System Based on the Function Relevant Friction Pairing Advanced Non-Oxide Ceramic vs. Steel. (A. Albers, S. Ott, and M. Mitariu).
Nondestructive Inspection of Ceramic of Bearing Balls Using Phased Array Ultrasonics. (J.G. Sun, E. R. Koehl, S. Steckenride, Charlotte Viellard and Ton Bayer).
Thermal Expansion Coefficient of SiO2-Added Leucite Ceramics. (J.P. Wiff, Y. Kinemuchi, S. Nalto, A. Uozumi, and K. Watari).
Inorganic Polymers (Geopolymers) as Advanced Materials. (Kenneth JD MacKenzie) .
Properties and Performace of Si-Rich Geopolymer Binder Systems. (Kwesi Sagoe-Crentsil).
Cold Setting Inorganic Networks Including Phosphates. (Christian Kaps and Mark Hohmann).
Properties of Phosphorus-Containing Geopolymer Matrix and Fiber-Reinforced Composite. (Oleg Bortnovsky, Petr Bezucha, Jirl Dedecek, Zdenek Sobalik, Vera Vodickova, Dora Kroisova, Pavel Roubicek, and Martina Urbanova).
Formation of an Iron-Based Inorganic Polymer (Geopolymer). (Jonathan L Bell and Waltraud M Kriven).
Consolidated Geo-Materials from Sand or Industrial Waste. (E. Prud'homme, P. Michaud, E. Joussein, C. Peyratout, A. Smith and S. Rossignol).
Alkali Actrivated Aerogeis. (Forrest Svingala and Benjamin Varela).
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