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Biomorphic ceramics from wood-derived precursors

AutorRamírez-Rico, J.; Martínez-Fernández, J.; Singh, M.
Palabras claveSilicon carbide
Ceramics
Biomorphic
Mechanical properties
High temperature
Porous materials
Wood
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorTaylor & Francis
CitaciónInternational Materials Reviews 62: 465- 485 (2017)
ResumenMaterials development is driven by microstructural complexity and, in many cases, inspired by biological systems such as bones, shells and wood. In one approach, one selects the main microstructural features responsible for improved properties and design processes to obtain materials with such microstructures (continuous-fibre-reinforced ceramics, porous ceramics, fibrous ceramic monoliths, etc.). In a different approach, it is possible to use natural materials directly as microstructural templates. Biomorphic ceramics are produced from natural and renewable resources (wood or wood-derived products). A wide variety of SiC-based ceramics can be fabricated by infiltration of silicon or silicon alloys into cellulose-derived carbonaceous templates, providing a low-cost route to advanced ceramic materials with near-net shape potential and amenable to rapid prototyping. These materials have tailorable microstructure and properties, and behave like ceramic materials manufactured by advanced ceramic processing approaches. This review aims to be a comprehensive description of the development of bioSiC ceramics: from wood templates and their microstructure to potential applications of bioSiC materials.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/159603
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1080/09506608.2017.1354429
issn: 1743-2804
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