Exploring complicated ceramic coatings and ultra-high temperature ceramic fabrics, this factor brings readers up to date with very important new and rising findings, fabrics, and functions. the 19 papers during this factor originate from symposia and one concentrated consultation held in January 2012, throughout the thirty sixth overseas convention on complex Ceramics and Composites (ICACC). With contributions from major ceramics and fabrics researchers from around the globe, this factor explores the newest advances and key demanding situations in complicated thermal and environmental coating processing and characterizations, complicated put on corrosion-resistant, nanocomposite, and multi-functional coatings, thermal defense platforms, and more.
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