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S10: Ceramic Composites for Defense Applications


EMA 2014


This symposium brings together researchers from academia, government labs, and industry to present the latest advances in fabrication, modeling and characterization of composites for defense applications. These composites can have an impact on a variety of fields, including tunable microwave devices, transducers, high-energy-density capacitors, super capacitors, piezoelectrics, energy harvesting, actuators and sensors. Composites for applications such as secure communications, radar systems, electromagnetic armor, USG, all electric warship, pulsed power weapons, power grid conditioning circuits, sonar transducers, and other related defense applications. The composites can be multi-ceramic composites or incorporate polymers such as PVDF, PP, and PC or incorporate a non-traditional material such as exfoliated clays or bio-derived materials.


Proposed Session Topics

  • Nano-composites
  • Theory and modeling
  • Piezo-composites
  • Bio-derived composites

Session Organizers

  • Edward P. Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
  • Ed Stutz, AFRL/ RXAN, Wright-Patterson AFB, USA
  • Ronald G. Polcawich, US Army Research Laboratory, USA

Mason Wolak, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

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