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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Avant-garde Developments in the Processing, Properties and Performance of Multifunctional Ceramic- and Metal-matrix Composites
Golam Newaz, Wayne State University
Zariff Chaudhury, Eaton's Crouse Hinds Division
Scope In recent years, the fields of ceramic metal matrix composites (CMCs and MMCs) have witnessed significant progress, especially due to the consideration of certain attractive properties, other than the structural/mechanical ones. And while in the past CMCs and MMCs were only associated with the matrix and the reinforcing phase, nowadays, the design philosophy may also include thermal and functional phases. Functional phases are those which confer electrical, electronic, dielectric, magnetic, optical, etc., properties to the materials. In this context, in a multifunctional approach, a composite may include functional, thermal and/or reinforcing phases, which can improve stiffness, wear resistance, fracture toughness, etc., and confer thermal or functional properties. Given the wide variety of processing routes, it is wise to establish a correlation of processing with the microstructure and properties of the composites. A symposium devoted to advances in such an important technological field will provide researchers, technologists, academicians and students with a forum for the discussion on the current status and trends in the development of CMCs and MMCs. Acknowledging the increasingly growing environmental concern, inclusion of the economic, safety, social and sustainability/recycling aspects in the processing is considered paramount. Accordingly, contributions are invited that include but are not limited to the following areas:

• Innovative and traditional matrix compositions.
• Micro- and nano-composites (matrix; functional, thermal or reinforcing phases).
• Reinforcements as continuous and short fibers, whiskers and particles.
• Characterization of interfaces in composites.
• Composites with multimodal distribution of matrix, reinforcing/thermal/functional phases.
• Hybrid composites containing ex-situ and in-situ formed phases.
• Synthetic and natural or waste/recycling reinforcing/thermal/functional phases.
• Methods for joining/welding MMCs or MMCs with alloys.
• Corrosion behavior (humid environment and electrochemical behavior).
• Thermal and mechanical behavior; fracture of CMCs and MMCs
• Manufacturing costs related topics; Safety considerations in CMCs and MMCs.
• Societal impact; Sustainability and recycling aspects.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

A Review of Iron Based Syntactic Foams Synthesized by Metal Powder Injection Molding (MIM)
Development of Wear Resistant WC Metal Matrix Composites Consolidated via Laser-assisted Cold Spray
Mechanical Properties of Aluminum 7075/Ni43Co7Mn39Sn11 Composite Consolidated via Spark Plasma Sintering of Powder Precursors
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Carbonized Rice Husk Nanoparticles Reinforced Al-Cu-Mg Alloy Composite
Potentialities and Limitations of Functional Ceramic-matrix Composites
Properties of Microwave Sintered Al-Cu Metal Matrix Composites
Synthesis and Thermo-mechanical Properties of Nickel Composite Reinforcement with TiC Particles
Tailored Copper-alumina Composites Using an In-situ Partial Reduction Process
The Modified Central Paradigm of Materials Science and Engineering in the Recycling of Metal-matrix Composites

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