Developments in Strategic Ceramic Materials II. A Collection of Papers Presented at the 40th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, January 24-29, 2016, Daytona Beach, Florida. Volume 37, Issue 7

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This issue contains 27 papers from The American Ceramic Society s 40th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona Beach, Florida, January 24–29, 2016. This issue includes papers presented in the following Symposia and Focused Sessions: Symposium 2 Advanced Ceramic Coatings for Structural, Environmental, and Functional Applications; Symposium 10 Virtual Materials (Computational) Design and Ceramic Genome; Symposium 11 Advanced Materials and Innovative Processing Ideas for the Industrial Root Technology; Symposium 12 Materials for Extreme Environments: Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics; and Emerging Technologies Symposium Carbon Nanostructures; and Focused Session 1 – Geopolymers and Chemically Bonded Ceramics. 

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Preface ix

Introduction xi

GEOPOLYMERS

Durability Performance of Alkali–Activated Metakaolin, Slag, Fly Ash, and Hybrids 3F. Jirasit, C. H. Rüscher, L. Lohaus, and P. Chindaprasirt

Mica Platelet–Reinforced Geopolymer Composites 13P. F. Keane, G. P. Kutyla, J. F. Wight, W. Rickard, and W. M. Kriven

Influence of Mix Design Parameters on Geopolymer Mechanical Properties and Microstructure 21Mukund Lahoti, En–Hua Yang, and Kang Hai Tan

Thermal Performance of Metakaolin–Based Geopolymers: Volume Stability and Residual Mechanical Properties 35Mukund Lahoti, En–Hua Yang, and Kang Hai Tan

Effect of Phyllosilicate Type on the Microstructure and Properties of Kaolin–Based Ceramic Tapes 47Gisèle L. Lecomte–Nana , Khaoula Lebdioua,, Mylène Laffort, Nadia Houta, Nicolas Tessier–Doyen, Younès Abouliatim, and Claire Peyratout

Effect of Alkali Cations on the Polycondensation Reaction 61J. Peyne, E. Joussein, J. Gautron, J. Doudeau, and S. Rossignol

Development of a Mold for Thermoplastics Based on a Phosphate Cement 69J. Blom, H. Rahier, and J. Wastiels

Properties of Cork Particle Reinforced Sodium Geopolymer Composites 79Daniel S. Roper, Gregory P. Kutyla, and Waltraud M. Kriven

The Role of Alkaline Earth Ions in Geopolymer Binder Formation 83N. Essaidi, P. Leybros, E. Joussein, and S. Rossignol

Investigations of the Thermally Induced Hydrogen Release of NaBH4, NH3BH3 and Their Geopolymer Composites 93Z. Assi, L. Schomborg, and C. H. Rüscher

IR–Spectroscopic Investigation of Geopolymer and CSH–Phase Stability on Heating Temperature in Post–Fired Building Materials 109C. H. Rüscher, E. Rigo, K. Unterderweide, H.–W. Krauss, and F. Jirasit

Mixed Alkali Regional Metakaolin–Based Geopolymer 123Ruy A. Sá Ribeiro, Marilene G. Sá Ribeiro, Kaushik Sankar, Gregory P. Kutyla, and Waltraud M. Kriven

Bamboo–Geopolymer Composite: A Preliminary Study 135Ruy A. Sá Ribeiro, Marilene G. Sá Ribeiro, Kaushik Sankar, and Waltraud M. Kriven

Metakaolin–Based Geopolymer Cements from Commercial Sodium Waterglass and Sodium Waterglass from Rice Husk Ash: A Comparative Study 145Hervé K. Tchakouté and Claus H. Rüscher

Recycling of Grog by Addition Into Heavy Clay Ceramic Manufacturing 159C. M. F. Vieira and L. F. Amaral

VIRTUAL MATERIALS DESIGN AND CERAMIC GENOME

Q–State Monte Carlo Simulations of Magnetic Anisotropy Applied to Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic Materials 169J. B. Allen

First Principles Study of Defect Formation in Bulk B6O 181J. S. Dunn, S. P. Coleman, and M. Tschopp

Modeling of Damage in an MMC with Lamellar Microstructure 189Romana Piat, Maria Kashtalyan, and Igor Guz

Micro–Computed Tomography Image Based Thermo–Elastic Properties Studies of Freeze–Cast MMC 201Yuri Sinchuk, Romana Piat, and Benoit Nait–Ali

MATERIALS FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

Densification and Phase Evolution of SHS Derived Ti2AlN Active Precursor Powders During Hot Pressing Processes 213L. Chlubny, J. Lis, P. Borowiak, K. Chabior, and K. Ziele ska

Max Phase Materials for Nuclear Applications 223K. Lambrinou1, T. Lapauw, B. Tunca, and J. Vleugels

Analysis of Dynamic Young′s Modulus and Damping Behavior of ZrB2–SiC Composites by the Impulse Excitation Technique 235Akhilesh Kumar Swarnakar, Songlin Ran, and Jozef Vleugels

ADVANCED CERAMIC COATINGS

Study of Effect of Hafnium Addition on Oxidation Resistance of NiAl Coatings Prepared by an In–Situ Chemical Vapour Deposition Method 249A. D. Chandio and P. Xiao

Mass Transfer Mechanism in Mullite Under Oxygen Potential Gradients at High Temperatures 261S. Kitaoka, T. Matsudaira, N. Kawashima, D. Yokoe, T. Kato, and M. Takata

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES

SnO2–Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite for Ethanol Sensing at Room Temperature 273C. A. Zito and D. P. Volanti

Author Index 281

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Waltraud M. Kriven is Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. Professor Kriven received her Ph.D. in 1976 in Solid State Chemistry from the University of Adelaide in South Australia and her B.Sc. (Honors) and Baccalaureate degrees in Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Biochemistry from the same institute. She is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of phase transformations in inorganic compounds and their applications in structural ceramic composites. She has authored or co–authored over 240 research publications, and fourteen books to date.

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