Symposia
Sym 11  |  Young-Wook Kim Engineering Ceramics: Processing, Properties, and Applications
Sym 12  |  Walter Krenkel Ceramic Matrix Composites: Design, Development, and Applications
Sym 13  |  Jun Akedo Advanced Ceramic Coatings: Processing, Properties, and Applications
Sym 14  |  Yanchun Zhou Materials for Extreme Environments: Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics (UHTCs) and Nanolaminated Ternary Ceramics (MAX Phases)
Sym 15  |  Monica Ferraris Joining of Ceramics
 
Sym 12 Ceramic Matrix Composites: Design, Development, and Applications
Organizer Walter Krenkel University of Bayreuth, Germany
Co-Organizer Hai Doo Kim
Shaoming Dong
Gerard L. Vignoles
Ralf Goller
Jesus Gonzalez-Julian
Yutaka Kagawa
Ji Yeon Park
Mrityunjay Singh
Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology, Korea
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, China
University of Bordeaux, France
University of Applied Science Augsburg, Germany
Institute of Energy and Climate Research J├╝lich, Germany
University of Tokyo, Japan
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea
Ohio Aerospace Institute, USA
This symposium is related to the current status on all types of oxide as well as non-oxide ceramic matrix composites (CMCs). CMCs represent a unique class of structural materials, showing their potential in different applications like thermal protection systems in spacecraft, high-performance brake systems and in the hot sections of gas turbines. Besides the progresses in research and commercialization, some challenges still remain in order to leave the current niche market applications. Novel cost-efficient processes for oxide as well as non-oxide CMCs, new fibers and fiber preforms, modeling and simulation tools are key subjects of this symposium. All kind of contributions to structure-property-relationships and experiences in the design of lifetime structures in particular under oxidative conditions are welcome. Also, all cost aspects in the manufacturing and the use of CMCs in industrial systems, including designing, machining, and testing (e.g. NDE) are of interest of this symposium.