Flash joining of graphite with polymer derived ceramic interlayer
March 10-15, 2019
High-temperature ceramics for structural applications are often characterized by poor machinability and very high melting temperature. Therefore, it is difficult to manufacture them into net-shape large components with complex geometry, with manufacturing technologies such as casting, plastic forming and machining not being viable. Therefore the development of novel joining technologies for high temperature ceramics is of considerable interest. However, ceramic joining is a challenging task because of their high melting temperature; their resistance to plastic deformation; and their brittle behavior (which can cause failure when thermal stresses are developed).
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Mattia Biesuz, Theo Saunder, Mike Reece, and Salvatore Grasso, "Flash joining of graphite with polymer derived ceramic interlayer" in "Electric Field Enhanced Processing of Advanced Materials II: Complexities and Opportunities", Rishi Raj, University of Colorado, USA Olivier Guillon, Forschungzentrum Jülich, Germany Hidehiro Yoshida, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2019). https://dc.engconfintl.org/efe_advancedmaterials_ii/10