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H3: Innovative design, advanced processing, and manufacturing technologies



As important structural materials, ceramic matrix composites seriously impact the development of new technologies. Recent progress in high-tech industries puts strong demand on high-performance composites. Properties and performance of ceramic matrix composites are strongly dependent on their design, processing, and manufacturing routes. Different manufacturing techniques lead to different properties, producing cost and application fields. Also, it should be noted that design of fiber preform and matrix plays an increasingly important role in producing quality ceramic matrix composites. Carefully designed manufacturing processes bring excellent and reliable performance of the materials and their components, especially for large sizes and complex shapes. Numerous innovative processing and manufacturing technologies have been developed recently, which give the materials unique properties that cannot be achieved with conventional routes. The aim of this symposium is to discuss advances in a variety of design, processing, and manufacturing technologies for ceramic matrix composites. Understanding the correlation between properties and processing techniques is also emphasized.


Proposed session topics:


• Manufacture of oxide and nonoxide ceramic matrix composites

• Manufacturing of carbon–carbon composites

• Manufacturing short fiber-reinforced composites

• Composition and structure design for matrix and coatings

• Nano-reinforcement design and fabrication

• Rapid and near net size molding technology and hybrid processes

• Green precursor systems and manufacturing

• Low cost manufacturing and time efficient processing

• Large scale or complicated shape processing

• Fabrication of high density ceramic matrix composites

• Fabrication of hybrid-reinforced ceramic matrix composites




Shaoming Dong, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Walter Krenkel, University of Bayreuth, Germany

– Hai-Doo Kim, Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea

– Dileep Singh, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

– David B. Marshall, Teledyne Scientific Co., USA

– Michael Cinibulk, US Air Force Research Laboratory, USA

– Jacques Lamon, French National Centre for Scientific Research, University of Bordeaux, France

– Andrea Lazzeri, University of Piza, Italy

– Ji Yeon Park, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea

– Laifei Cheng, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

– Katsumi Yoshida, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

– Sergei T. Mileiko, Institute for Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

– Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo, Japan

– Christian Wilhelmi, EADS Innovation Works, Airbus Group Innovations, Germany

– Dechang Jia, Harbin Institute of Technology, China


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