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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Ceramic Matrix Composites
Sponsorship ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division
Organizer(s) Narottam P. Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center
Sung R Choi, Naval Air Systems Command
Jacques Luc Lamon, CNRS
Scope Monolithic ceramics are brittle and show catastrophic failure. In contrast, ceramic composites are strong, tough, and demonstrate graceful failure under loading and show promise for many advanced applications at elevated temperatures. This symposium would bring together scientists and engineers working on various aspects of the ceramic composites to discuss and exchange the latest developments.

The target audience for this symposium will be CMC manufacturers, scientists, engineers, graduate students and technologists from the industries, national and corporate research laboratories, universities, etc.

Session Topics:
Oxide and Non-oxide Fibers;
Composite Interfaces and Interface Coatings; Oxide, Non-oxide, Carbon-Carbon and Glass-Ceramic Composites; In-situ and Nanocomposites; Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics and Composites; Geopolymers; Processing and Fabrication Methods; Characterization; Mechanical Properties at Room and Elevated Temperatures; Test Methods including NDE; Environmental Effects: Oxidation, moisture, ablation; Protective Coatings; Foreign Object Damage; Design and Lifing (Stress rupture, creep, fatigue, crack growth, etc.); Micromechanical Modeling and Damage Mechanics; Component Design and Fiber Architecture; Integration/Joining; Industrial Applications

Abstracts Due 05/31/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned: Publication outside of MS&T
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Characterizing Environment-dependent Fracture Mechanisms of SiC-SiC CMCs via Novel Four-point Bend / Hermeticity Test Frame
In Situ Observation of Crack Formation in CMCs Using X-ray Computed Tomography up to 1200C
Mechanically-robust, Oxidation-resistant, Thermally-cyclable Oxide/Metal Composites for Concentrated Solar Power
Processing and Characterization of Al /Al2O3 Metal Matrix Composites Produced Using Magnetic Field-Assisted Freeze Casting of Porous Ceramic Structures
Properties of Thermally Grown Borosilicate Glasses and Their Impact on CMC Oxidation and Life Prediction
Quantifying Damage Mechanisms by Observing Damage Evolution in SiC/SiC Composites using Micro-CT Techniques
Size-dependent Toughness and Strength in Defective SiC and Diamond Nanowires


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