Workshop on High Temperature Metal-Ceramic Composites Held in Aurora, New York on 10-11 September 1990
Final technical rept. 1 May 1990-30 Apr 1991,
CORNELL UNIV ITHACA NY DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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The workshop on high temperature metal-ceramic interfaces was held in Aurora NY for two full days on Sep 10 11, 1990. Thirty five non-Cornell scientists, two of them from abroad, and ten Cornell scientists attended the workshop. They represented industry, universities and national laboratories. Five sessions were held with about equal time devoted to presentations and discussions. The subjects were measurement of the local mechanical properties of interfaces, constrained deformation, reactions at metal ceramic interfaces, new materials, and the atomic and electronic structure of metal-ceramic interfaces. The principal findings of the workshop were as follows 1 scientific and fundamental guidelines are needed for the design of metal-ceramic composites, 2 much greater emphasis needs to be placed on the study of high temperature properties of such composites.
- Laminates and Composite Materials