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Evaluation of Ceramic Matrix Composites at Ultra-High Temperatures

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Ceramic matrix composites (CMC) have a high thermal shock resistance, damage tolerance and low brittleness. The fiber reinforcement enables structural applications of ceramics, even under tensile load. Areas of application are in high-temperature lightweight components, e.g. C / SiC brake discs, SiC / SiC aircraft gas turbine components or creep-resistant Al2O3 / Al2O3 heat treatment carriers. The properties at high temperatures are currently only measurable to a limited extent due to a lack of suitable strain measuring systems and clamping tools >1200°C.

Presented by

Dr. Nico Langhof, University of Bayreuth, Chair Ceramic Materials Engineering, Germany

  • 1997-2005   Studies and research assistant: Applied Mineralogy – TU Bergakademie Freiberg
                         Main focus: silicate ceramics, ceramic coatings, bioceramics
  • 2005-2009   PhD at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
                         Focus: functional ceramics, ceramic permanent magnets
  • From 2009   PostDoc at the University of Bayreuth
                         Main focus: ceramic brakes
  • Since 2011  Head of working group "Ceramic Matrix Composite"
                         Focus: Ceramic friction materials, thermophysical properties of C- and Al2O3
                         fiber-reinforced ceramics, ceramic fibers and ZrO2 foils

Date

  • May 5th, 2021
  • 12:45 - 01:30 pm (CEST)

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