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S2: Advanced ceramic coatings for structural, environmental, and functional applications

The growing demand for advanced materials to be used in extreme environments is the key driver for the development of protective ceramic coatings. In next generation turbine engines new lightweight structural materials such as ceramic matrix composites and intermetallics as well as advanced superalloys promise higher energy efficiency due to increasing operation temperatures. However, the synergistic attack of heat, combustion atmosphere, and CMAS-type contamination strongly affects the lifetime of the materials. Consequently, the development of new, high-performance protective coating systems minimizing thermochemical degradation of such advanced materials and components is a highly relevant R&D topic. Furthermore, protection of structural materials against oxidation, corrosion, erosion, and wear remains a key challenge in many industrial applications. The symposium addresses processing, microstructure, performance, and durability of advanced ceramic  coating systems. Advanced and new coating compositions, innovative processing, advanced characterization, and thermodynamic modeling are particularly emphasized. Material scientists and engineers from around the world are invited to present and discuss their recent advances in ceramic coating sciences and technologies.

 

Proposed session topics

  • Thermal and environmental barrier coatings for next generation turbine engines
  • CMAS-type degradation of T/EBC: Fundamentals, modeling, and
    mitigation strategies
  • Ceramic coatings for protection against oxidation, corrosion, erosion, and wear
  • Multifunctional and smart coating systems
  • Advanced coating processing technologies
  • Advanced characterization, testing, and computational methods

 

Symposium organizers

  • Peter Mechnich, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; peter.mechnich@dlr.de
  • Douglas E. Wolfe, The Pennsylvania State University, USA; dew125@arl.psu.edu
  • Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
  • Eugene Medvedovski, Endurance Technologies Inc., Canada
  • Elizabeth Opila, University of Virginia, USA
  • Eric H. Jordan, The University of Connecticut, USA
  • Bryan Harder, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
  • Robert Vaßen, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • Kang N. Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
  • Byung-Koog Jang, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan
  • David Poerschke, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
  • Ping Xiao, University of Manchester, UK
  • Marie-Hélène Vidal-Sétif, ONERA, France
  • Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Soumendra N. Basu, Boston University, USA
  • Rodney W. Trice, Purdue University, USA
  • Federico Cernuschi, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico, Italy
  • Uwe Schulz, German Aerospace Center, Germany
  • Yiguang Wang, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  • Satoshi Kitaoka, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan

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