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Advances in Ceramic Matrix Composites XI, Volume 175

Contained during this continuing is a number of papers that debate contemporary advances in ceramic matrix composites. themes comprise processing, characterization, geopolymers, evnironmental results, coatings, and mechanical properties.Content:

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Vandenbulcke, H. Tawil, Thin Solid Films, 245 [1-2], 86-97 (1994). 7 E. Bouillon, F. Abbe, S. Goujard, E. Pestourie, G. Habarou, Cocoa Beach, Florida, Ceram. Eng. Sei. , 21 [3], 459-467 (2000). 24 Advances in Ceramic Matrix Composites XI 8 P. Reynaud, O. Penas, D. Rouby, G. Fantozzi, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on High Temp. Ceram. , M. J. Kerans, E. Lara-Curzio and R. Naslain eds, The Am. Ceram. , Westerville, Ohio, 181-186 (2005). 9 P. Reynaud, G. Fantozzi, personal communication. 10 G. Farizy, PhD Thesis, University of Caen (2002).

Lamon, R. Naslain, E. K. M. Besmann, J. Am. Ceram. Soc, 81 [9], 2315-2326 (1998). 3 'P. Reynaud, O. Penas, D. Rouby, G. Fantozzi, Proc 5th High Temp. Ceram. , M. Singh, R. Kerans, E. Lara-Curzio and R. Naslain eds, The Am. Ceram. Soc, Westerville, Ohio, 181-186(2005). 32 S. L. Chermant, J. C. Sangleboeuf, Scripta Materialia, 47, 433-439 (2002). 33 G. Fantozzi, P. Reynaud, D. Rouby, SU. , 66 [9-10], 109-119 (2001). 4 G. Fantozzi, J. Chevalier, C. L Chermant, Comprehensive Composite Materials, Kelly and C.

In a separate experiment very sinter-active ultra-fine (20 nm) boehmite particles were also added to the starting suspension to improve the interlaminar shear strength (both samples were produced using the same processing parameters as sample 4). 6 MPa. 5. 34 Advances in Ceramic Matrix Composites XI a) V- F \ *^"~ pifs r Figure 5. SEM micrographs of composite samples subjected to interlaminar shear strength experiments; a) composite plate with no sintering additive and b) boehmite particles were added to the main matrix.

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