Ceramic Laminates by Gelcasting | The American Ceramic Society

Ceramic Laminates by Gelcasting

Volume 6 Issue 5, Pages 593 – 606

Noah O. Shanti, David B. Hovis, Michelle E. Seitz, John K. Montgomery,
Donald M. Baskin, Katherine T. Faber
Published Online: Nov 5 2008
3:11PM

DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7402.2008.02312.x

ABSTRACT
Laminated ceramic composites are appealing for many applications due to
their unique and customizable thermal and mechanical properties.
Gelcasting is a relatively new, yet commercially proven, near-net-shape
processing technique suitable for laminate production. A review of
gelcasting techniques and a discussion of their application to laminate
processing are provided, along with an overview of laminate design and
processing concerns. Specific examples of single-phase laminates
produced via gelcasting are provided, including porous/dense alumina and
magnetically aligned iron titanate and barium hexaferrite structures.

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