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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 2021 Undergraduate Student Poster Contest
Presentation Title Mechanical Property Assessment of Silicon Carbide Fiber-reinforced Epoxy-matrix Composites
Author(s) Dylan Michael Kruep, Shakir Bin Mujib, Gurpreet Singh
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Dylan Michael Kruep
Abstract Scope Ceramic fibers present unique solutions for high-temperature, high-stress applications including thruster nozzles, nuclear reactors, and combustion gas turbine engines. Silicon carbide fibers exhibit excellent thermomechanical properties that allow them to maintain impressive Young’s moduli at temperatures exceeding 1000C, while still being lighter and less dense than metals with comparable mechanical properties. Three varieties of these fibers were compared to determine optimal performance within fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composites for future research involving the fabrication of ceramic matrix composites. Tensile testing was performed to review the Young’s moduli and tensile strengths of both chopped fiber-filler and continuous fiber composites in order to fairly compare mechanical improvements made by each SiC fiber. The three types of SiC fibers tested were Hi-Nicalon Type S, Sylramic, and Tyranno SA3. The matrix for each composite was a 635 thin epoxy resin mixed with a 3:1 epoxy hardener.

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Experiential Study on Critical Stress Intensity Factor of Carbon Nanotube Filled Epoxy
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Highly Crystallized Prussian Blue with Enhanced Kinetics for Highly Efficient Sodium Storage
Investigation of Embedded Metallic Components on 3D Printed Ceramic Structures
Machine Learning Approaches to Predict Properties from Microstructure Images in Ceramic-Metal Composites
Mechanical Behavior of Automotive Structural Steels in the Vicinity of the Ductile-brittle Transition
Mechanical Property Assessment of Silicon Carbide Fiber-reinforced Epoxy-matrix Composites
Optimal Integration of TiO2-Coated Gold Nanostars for Enhancement of Photocatalytic Water Reduction
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The Dynamic Performance of Wearable Sensors with Flexible Silver Ink
The Mechanisms of Micro-fine Titanaugite Enter to Ilmenite in the Flotation and Depression Behavior of Sodium Silicate
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