Special Issue "Development and Application of High-Temperature Ceramics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 June 2023) | Viewed by 2289
Interests: high-temperature solid mechanics; thermal protective material; ceramic matrix composites; mechanical properties
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Interests: advanced composite and structures; advanced composite preparation technology; high-temperature mechanical properties of materials; strengthening and toughening theory; damage and fracture mechanics and constitutive relationship; thermal protection materials and technology for ultra-high speed aircraft
This Special Issue of Materials concentrates on novel technologies and new findings related to high-temperature ceramics, as well as their development and application. With the rapid development of science and technology, materials are becoming more widely applied in extreme environments, especially those of high temperature. High-temperature ceramics, as high-temperature candidates with excellent potential, are becoming increasingly widely used in the thermal protection systems of hypersonic flight vehicles, the high-temperature components of engines, and the key components of nuclear fission reactors. In recent years, high-temperature ceramics have been developed rapidly. Due to the more severe service environment that high-temperature ceramics are subjected to, higher requirements are put forward for their performance. Thus, some new analytical models, as well as preparation, characterization and test methods for high-temperature ceramics have been proposed. We are delighted to invite contributions to this Special Issue on “Development and Application of High-Temperature Ceramics”. In the collection, we hope to underline recent advances related to processing, microstructures, property characterization and optimization, and damage failure mechanism analyses for high-temperature ceramics. Consequently, research topics of interest may include, but are not limited to: processing; strengthening and toughening; property characterization; theoretical modeling; and damage failure mechanism analysis. Manuscripts in the form of full research papers, communications and review articles are all encouraged.
Dr. Yong Deng
Dr. Ruzhuan Wang
Manuscript Submission Information
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- high-temperature ceramics
- strengthening and toughening
- mechanical properties
- high-temperature applications
- service performance
- damage failure mechanism analysis
- ceramic matrix composites