Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design by Andrew Gyekenyesi, Waltraud M. Kriven, Jingyang Wang,

By Andrew Gyekenyesi, Waltraud M. Kriven, Jingyang Wang, Sujanto Widjaja, Dileep Singh

This e-book is a suite of papers from the yankee Ceramic Society's thirty fifth overseas convention on complex Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 23-28, 2011. This factor contains papers offered within the Thermal administration fabrics and applied sciences; complex Sensor know-how; Geopolymers; and Computational layout, Modeling, and Simulation of Ceramics and Composites symposia.Content:

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At high magnification one can see that the microfibers are not in tension and did not break during the passing of the micro-crack. Figure 5 shows that a ductile material was developed by the addition of the microfibers. Figure 5. Ductility comparison among base Geopolymers, Geopolymers with 1% of RECS7 fibers and Geopolymers with 1% of RECS15 fibers using a three point bending test. Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design II -33 Mechanical Response of Discontinuous Filament PVA Fiber Reinforced Geopolymers Figure 5 reveals that a ductile material was achieved in the sample using the RECS15 microfibers.

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This sample contains also portlandite coming from the decomposition of the calcareous aggregates. 24 ■ Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design II Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Fly-Ash Based Geopolymer Pastes and Mortars Figure 7: XRD patterns of geopolymer pastes in relation to the exposure temperature (1: quartz, 2: cristobalite, 3: feldspars, 4: gehlenite, 5: maghemite, 6: nepheline, 7: natrite, 8: calcite) Figure 8: XRD patterns of geopolymer mortars in relation to the exposure temperature (1: quartz, 2: cristobalite, 3: feldspars, 4: gehlenite, 5: maghemite, 6: nepheline, 7: natrite, 8: calcite, 9: portlandite) Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design II -25 Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Fly-Ash Based Geopolymer Pastes and Mortars All the above measurements are in good accordance with each other.

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