Symposium CC
Ceramics and Composites for Enhanced Tribologic and Corrosion Performance in High-demanding Applications

Klaus G. NICKEL, Eberhard-Karls-University Tuebingen, Germany
Marianne BALAT-PICHELIN, PROMES-CNRS Odeillo, France
José Daniel BIASOLI DE MELLO, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Maria I. DE BARROS, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Martin DIENWIEBEL, Microtribology Centre – KIT, Germany
Michael DUGGER, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Ali ERDEMIR, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Takashi GOTO, Tohoku University, Japan
Laurent GREMILLARD, INSA-Lyon, France
Mathias HERRMANN, Fraunhofer Institute IKTS, Germany
Xinmei HOU, University of Science & Technology Beijing, China
Stephen HSU, George Washington University, USA
Andreas KAILER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
Dae-Eun KIM, Yonsei University, Korea
Satoshi KITAOKA, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan
Kang LEE, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
Laurence MARKS, Northwestern University, USA
Michael J. McNALLAN, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Michael MOSELER, Fraunhofer IWM, Germany
Elizabeth J. OPILA, University of Virginia, USA
Francesco PANERAI, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Luis Augusto ROCHA, UNESP, Brazil
Margaret STACK, University of Strathclyde, UK
Tom TROCZYNSKI, University of British Columbia, Canada
Mustafa URGEN, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Lucia VIEIRA SANTOS, University of Paraiba Valley (UNIVAP), Brazil
Rehan ZAHID, University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Marianne BALAT-PICHELIN, PROMES-CNRS Odeillo, France
José Daniel BIASOLI DE MELLO, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Michael DUGGER, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Mathias HERRMANN, Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
Tatsuya HINOKI, Kyoto University, Japan
Xinmei HOU, University of Science & Tech. Beijing, China
Dae-Eun KIM, Yonsei University, Korea
Satoshi KITAOKA, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan
Willy KUNZ, Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
Filippo MANGOLINI, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Paul MAYRHOFER, TU Wien, Austria
Gianpietro MORAS, Fraunhofer Institute IWM, Germany
Elizabeth J. OPILA, University of Virginia, USA
Maria Isabel OSENDI/Manuel BELMONTE, Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Spain
Francisco J. PEREZ TRUJILLO, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
David POERSCHKE, University of Minnesota, USA
Michael SCHNEIDER, Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
Haijun ZHANG, Wuhan Univ.of Science and Technology, China
Several developments in materials science have expanded the quest for corrosion and wear resistance of ceramics. Examples are the advance of biomaterials and biomimetics, which necessitate finely engineered surface and volume structures, causing new problems for their reliability due to contact mechanics and/or chemical attacks already in mild wear conditions. Likewise, the higher performance capabilities of new material classes such as hybrid composites from organic and ceramic materials shifts the application limits to be defined by tribologic and corrosion resistance. Environmental barrier coatings have become an important subject for corrosion and wear studies.  Revisions of old concepts bring new life to the development of applications for cement-based materials with according demands for the characterization under wear and adverse environmental conditions.  New lightweight structures from 3D generative manufacturing and other porous, structured and multiphase materials bring new challenges for the modelling of materials under chemical and mechanical loading.This symposium, that follows the ones on the same subject of previous CIMTEC Conferences, will update progress in fundamental aspects and mechanistic understanding at micro- and nano-scale of the corrosion, friction and wear behaviour in a variety of high demanding conditions. It shall also outline basic criteria and technical achievements in devising routes for improved corrosion and tribologic resistance.
Materials covered include: i) oxide and non-oxide ceramics in form of thin films, coatings, composites and bulk material; ii) hybrid materials: metal-ceramic and polymer-ceramic based composites and nanocomposites; iii) fullerenes, graphene, diamond, DLCs and other carbon-based materials.
Furthermore, we seek for contributions which demonstrate state-of–the-art and improvements in the modelling and simulation of corrosion and wear across the different orders of time and length scales and covering structural and microstructural studies linked to property changes.
Session Topics

CC-1 Friction and wear

  • Fundamentals of friction, contact mechanics, wear, adhesion, and lubrication
  • Coatings, surface engineering and nanostructuring
  • Self-lubricating surfaces, solid lubricants
  • Friction and wear at micro/nanoscale
  • Theoretical studies and computer simulations
  • Testing and characterization
  • Tribology related applications

CC-2 Corrosion

  • Basics of corrosion processes: thermodynamics and mechansisms
  • Measuring corrosion: testing methods and evaluation strategies
  • Simulating corrosion: kinetic laws, analytical and numerical description
  • Corrosion of porous materials and powders
  • Corrosion by fluids: gases, water, solutions, hydro/solvothermal conditions, physiological fluids
  • Melt corrosion: hot corrosion, natural and artificial slags and metal melts
  • Relations between erosion, wear and corrosion
  • Corrosion damage: mechanical and physical property changes and lifetime prediction
  • Corrosion protection: Surface structuring, barrier coatings and their interaction


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