High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites

High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites

Editor(s): W. Krenkel, R. Naslain, H. Schneider

Published Online: 13 JAN 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527303205

Online ISBN: 9783527605620

DOI: 10.1002/3527605622

About this Book

The extreme high temperature stability and damage tolerance of materials and components required for space, terrestrial, energetic and many other applications can only be achieved by ceramic materials. All over the world research is going on to develop ceramics with quasiductile behaviour. The materials with the highest potential for high temperature applications are fibre reinforced ceramic matrix composites (CMC).
The international conference HT-CMC 4 in Munich will continue the tradition of its successful predecessor meetings held in Bordeaux (France, 1993), Santa Barbara (USA, 1995) and Osaka (Japan, 1998). This conference series has been recognized as the central meeting event in high temperature CMC science and technology and demonstrates the great interest in research and development on reinforced ceramics.
The Proceedings of this conference will therefore be a valuable reference for every materials scientist or engineer involved in this field of high-tech materials development.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Fibers

    1. Fine Silicon Carbide Fiber Synthesized from a Silicon-Based Polymer Blend Using Radiation Curing (pages 35–40)

      Akira Idesaki, Masaki Sugimoto, Shigeru Tanaka, Yousuke Morita, Masaki Narisawa, Kiyohito Okamura and Masayoshi Itoh

  2. Part II: Interphases and Coatings

    1. Oxide Fiber-Coatings for Interface Control in Ceramic Composites (pages 127–135)

      Ronald J. Kerans, Randall S. Hay, Emmanuel. E. Boakye, Kristen A. Keller, Tai-il Mah, Triplicane A. Parthasarathy and Michael K. Cinibulk

    2. The Interlaminar Shear Strength of C/C-SiC (pages 181–186)

      J. Schulte-Fischedick, M. Frieß, Dr. W. Krenkel and B. Thielicke

  3. Part III: Processing of Non-Oxide CMCs

  4. Part IV: Characterization and Simulation of Non-Oxide CMCs

    1. Behavior of a 2.5D Woven Composite Material SiC/SiC (pages 486–491)

      L. Casas, M. R. Elizalde, J. M. Martínez-Esnaola, A. Martín-Meizoso, J. Gil Sevillano, E. Claxton and P. Doleman

    2. CMC Creep Mechanism under Argon (pages 492–497)

      G. Boitier, J. L. Chermant, H. Cubero, S. Darzens, G. Farizy, J. Vicens and J. C. Sangleboeuf

    3. Microstructural Investigations of Ceramic Matrix Composites by Raman Microspectroscopy (pages 504–510)

      G. Chollon, S. Le Gallet, P. Forio, F. Rebillat, A. Guette, Prof. Dr. R. Naslain, J. L. Bruneel and M. Couzi

    4. Damage Characterization of C/C-SiC-Ceramics (pages 511–516)

      Birgit Rehmer, Jörg Beckmann, Monika Finn, Steffen Glaubitz, Udo Mücke and Gerd Weidemann

  5. Part V: Oxide/Oxide CMCs

    1. Dispersion and Rheology Characterization of SiC Whisker in Mullite Slurries (pages 658–663)

      Dongliang Jiang, Luwei Ling, Zhengren Huang, Jingxian Zhang, Zhijian Shen and Mats Nygren

  6. Part VI: Applications

    1. Progress in SiC/SiC Composites for Engine Applications (pages 777–782)

      James A. Dicarlo, Hee Mann Yun, Gregory N. Morscher and Linus U. Thomas-Ogbuji

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