Advanced Carbide Ceramics Group consists of 32 faculty members (including 1 academician of CAE, 6 professors, 9 associate professors and senior engineers, 5 research assistants and engineers, 11 technicians) and 22 graduate students. The group focuses on the field of carbides and ceramic composites, and has systematically developed silicon carbide ceramics for several decades.
For the last decades, the group has built on systemic theories on molding, preparation, sintering, microstructure designing and properties controlling for silicon carbide materials. Different kinds of silicon carbide ceramics were developed from the view of composite phase, grain boundaries, stress and structural designing to obtain different performances. Sintering techniques such as reactive sintering, pressureless sintering, hot pressing, hot isostatic pressing, CVD and CVI were also developed. Recently, the group has been focusing on novel forming techniques of carbide ceramics, and solved the key technologies of tape-casting, gel-casting, dry and cold iso-pressing for large scale lightweight components with complex shapes. Meanwhile, the group has also achieved significant developments on fields such as bio-ceramic, porous ceramics, ultra-high temperature ceramics, surface modification and binding of ceramics.
Design and preparation of advanced carbide ceramics and computational simulation for ceramic components
Advanced forming and preparation techniques of components
Surface modification techniques of advanced ceramics
Joining techniques of ceramics
Nondestructive testing techniques of ceramics
Nanosized composite ceramics
ultra-high temperature ceramics
Structural Ceramics Engineering Research Center
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
1295 Ding-Xi Road, Shanghai, 200050, P.R. China
Tel: 021-52414901, 52415217
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