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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Additive Manufacturing of Glass, Ceramics and Composites
Organizer(s) Tobias Schaedler, HRL Laboratories Llc
Matthew Dickerson, Air Force Research Laboratory
Rebecca Dylla-Spears, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Chang-Jun Bae, Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)
Scope Additive manufacturing technology for ceramics, glasses and their composites is much less mature when compared to polymers and metals. However, due to the limitations of conventional ceramic processing, additive manufacturing could have an even bigger impact on this class of materials, than what is currently being observed for polymers and metals.

This symposium intends to cover all the emerging technologies for 3D printing of ceramics, glasses and composites, including stereolithography of slurries and pre-ceramic resins, direct writing and micro-extrusion technologies, as well as selective laser sintering/melting. Different sessions will focus on different approaches, as well as mechanical and functional properties of additively manufactured materials and structures. In light of the challenging post-print processing required in most cases, the materials science of thermal processing after 3D printing is also a focus of this symposium. Contributions concentrating on modeling and simulation are sought as well.

This symposium is sponsored by the ACerS Engineered Ceramics Division

Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Definite: At-meeting proceedings

3D-printing of Oxide-based Ceramic Porous Material Using Stereolithography
3d Printed Glass Optics with Tailored Composition
3D Printed High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites
3D Printing of High-strength Continuous Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics
3D Printing of Multicomponent Glasses Using Phase-separating Resins
Additive Manufacturing and Mechanical Performance of Architectured Cement-based Materials
Additive Manufacturing as an Enabler for Complex, Multi-scale Ceramic Armors
Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic Matrix Composite Microlattices
Additive Manufacturing of Ductile, Ultra-Strong Polymer-derived Nano-ceramics
Additive Manufacturing of Ferroelectric Oxides and Ceramic Matrix Composites
Additive Manufacturing of High-temperature Ceramics for Aerospace Applications
Additive Manufacturing of Multi-functional Materials by Design: from Smart Materials to Assembly-free Transducers
Additive Manufacturing of Multi-material Systems for Aerospace Applications
Additive Manufacturing of Silicon Carbide via a Continuous Extrusion Method
Aerosol Deposition Method: Influence of Deposition Velocity on SiC Film Density
Binder-jet Printing of Silicon Carbide
Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics: Preparation of Feedstock Powder with High Flowability and Sinterability
Ceramic Fused Filament Fabrication (CF3) 3D Printing of NiO-YSZ Structures for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Ceramic Spinodal Nanoarchitectures with Superior Energy Absorption Capability
Complex Porous Ceramic Architectures Produced by Additive Manufacturing: Design, Production, Testing and Applications
Design and Fabrication of Dense SiC Composites by a Combination of Additive Manufacturing and Reactive Melt Infiltration
Design for Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
Diatom-based 3D Printed Materials with Many Levels of Hierarchy
Direct Ink Writing of Polymer-derived Ceramic Composites
Direct Ink Writing of Silica-titania Glass: Prediction and Tuning of Ink Rheology
Improving Crystallographic Alignment and Piezoelectric Properties in Direct Written Piezoelectric Ceramics
Influence of Layer Thickness and Print Orientation on 3D Printed Polymer-derived Ceramics
Innovative Glass and Ceramic Components Made by Suspension-based and Thermoplastic Additive Manufacturing Methods
Mechanical and Kinetic Studies on the Refractory Fused Silica of Integrally Cored Ceramic Mold Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing
Mechanical Performance of Ceramic-metallic Composites Using A Binder Jetting 3D Printing Technology
Model-guided Powder Mixing for Feedstock Preparation of Ceramic Binder Jetting
Multi-component Polycarbosilane Systems for the Additive Manufacturing of Polymer-derived Ceramics
Multi-material Additive Manufacturing for Functional Design in Next-generation Ceramic Composites
P3-1: Achieving the Upper Bound of Piezoelectric Constants of Additive Manufactured Nanocomposites
P3-3: Additive Manufacturing Utilizing a Novel In-line Mixing System for Multi-scale Design of Ceramic Composites
P3-4: Materials and Performance Studies of Light Sensitive Devices Obtained from Solution-based Inks
P3-5: Multiscale Mechanical Analysis of Lithiation Behavior of Silicon Oxide as High Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
P3-6: Research on the Post-treatment Process of 3D Printing Resin Sand Shell
Saturation Characteristics for Interfacial Coupling Enhancement of Cement Granules in AM Process
Sintering and Ag-infiltration of 3D-extrusion-printed SnO2 Scaffolds
Small-scale TZP Architectures Manufactured Via Stereolithography
Stereolithographic Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic Dendrites Solid Electrolyte
The Glassomer Technology – Glass Processing in the 21st Century
Titanium Diffusion in SiO2 Glass – An Evaluation of Lengths Scales in AM Parts
Unlocking Ceramic Microstructure Control through Additive Manufacturing
Zetamix: 3D Printing of Dense Ceramics by Fused Filament Fabrication

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