20th Symposium on Composites 2015

20th Symposium on Composites

ISBN-13:

978-3-03835-515-1

Authors / Editors:

Christian Edtmaier and Guillermo Requena

Category:

Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 20th Symposium on Composites, July 1-3, 2015, Vienna, Austria

Pages:

1144

Year:

2015

Periodical:

Materials Science Forum Vols. 825-826

Edition:

softcover, 2-part-set

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Description:

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 20th Symposium on Composites, July 1-3, 2015, Vienna, Austria. 
The 137 papers are grouped as follows: 
Chapter 1: Polymer Matrix Composites; 
Chapter 2: Metal Matrix Composites and Interpenetrating Materials; 
Chapter 3: Ceramic Matrix Composites; 
Chapter 4: Hybrid Structures, Laminates; 
Chapter 5: Structural Health Monitoring; 
Chapter 6: Coatings; 
Chapter 7: Modelling, Simulation; 
Chapter 8: Manufacturing Technology, Components/Products/Applications; 
Chapter 9: Testing and Characterization; 
Chapter 10: Cemented carbides, Cermets, Wear and Abrasion Materials; 
Chapter 11: Bio-Composites; 
Chapter 12: Recycling & Sustainability, Building Materials

Keyword: composites, polymer composites, ceramic composites, metal matrix composites, bio-composites, hybrid structures, laminates, coatings, structural health monitoring, modelling, manufacturing technology, components, testing and characterization, cemented carbides, wear and abrasion materials, recycling and sustainability

Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Representing most but not all of the presentations, the 137 papers cover polymer matrix composites; metal matrix composites and interpenetrating materials; ceramic matrix composites; hybrid structures and laminates; structural health monitoring; coatings; modeling and simulation; manufacturing technology and applications of components and products; testing and characterization; cemented carbides, cermets, wear, and abrasion materials; bio-composites; and recycling and sustainability in building materials. Among specific topics are synthesizing copper/silicon-carbine composites in a thermodynamic disequilibrium, the adhesive bonding of oxide ceramics for complex ceramic parts in high temperature furnaces, mechanical requirements of tailored joining technologies for spring elements in multi-material design, the surface structuring of sheet moulding compounds for process reliable coating, applying polymer plaster composites in additive manufacturing of high-strength components, analyzing the failure of high-strength fiber ropes, and controlling the cobalt surface layer formation on cemented carbides.

Ringgold Subjects:
— Composite materials
— Materials science
— Mechanical engineering