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

This e-book is a suite of papers from the yank Ceramic Society's thirty fifth overseas convention on complicated Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 23-28, 2011. This factor comprises 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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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. This represents an enhancement in ductility of approximately 5 times compared with the base Geopolymers sample.

The mechanical responses of the samples were tested after 28 days. This procedure is described in detail in the following sections. Raw Materials Class F type fly ash from Boral Material Technologies was used as the primary source of reactive silica and alumina. Table 2 presents the chemical composition of the fly ash used as provided by the supplier. Table 2. Chemical composition in terms of oxides of Boral Material Technologies high performance Fly Ash as provided by supplier. 2 30 · Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design II Mechanical Response of Discontinuous Filament PVA Fiber Reinforced Geopolymers An alkali activating solution was prepared by using E type sodium silicate (PQ Corporation), a 40% NaOH solution (Brainerd Chemical Company) and distilled water.

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