Composite Ceramic Materials

A composite material is made by combining two or more materials – often ones that have very different properties. The two materials work together to give the composite unique properties. This track covers Imaging of micro-defects, Adhesive layer effects, toughening of novel composites, Ceramic, Metallic and polymer matrix composites, Organic/inorganic hybrids.

Ceramic-matrix composites (CMCs) comprise a ceramic matrix reinforced by a refractory fiber, such as silicon carbide (SiC) fiber. CMCs offer low density, high hardness and superior thermal and chemical resistance. That and their intrinsic ability to be tailored as composites make CMCs highly attractive in a vast array of applications, most notably internal engine components, exhaust systems and other “hot-zone” structures, where CMCs are envisioned as lightweight replacements for metallic super alloys.

  • Advanced composite materials
  • Smart composite materials
  • Polymer Matrix Composites
  • Novel Composites

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