Polymers, Ceramics and Composites

Polymers, Ceramics and Composites Photo
families consisting of around 15,000 different types of engineering materials such as adhesives, plastics, rubbers, etc., which are light, corrosion-resistant materials with low strength and stiffness are commercially available as polymers. They are usually not suitable for high-temperature applications but are reasonably inexpensive and can be easily formed into a variety of shapes and designs.Ceramics have been used in civil structures for centuries. They are used in many ancient structures that have survived to the present day - the great pyramid of Giza, the Great Wall of China. These structures show that ceramics are very resistant to corrosion and wear, and can be used in many applications, even though they may be brittle.The composite can be tailor-made to produce a set of properties that are unique and cannot be provided by the individual constituents alone. Composites can be thought of as a single material that has been enhanced by the addition of another material. Typically, composites are a combination of a filler material, either particles or fibers, and a matrix material that surrounds the filler, usually a polymer.Besides these materials, alloys, metals, minerals, plasma, fluids etc are all covering a major chunk of our environment and it is highly impossible to dream a world without these materials because of their extensive usages.
·         Metal matrix composites
·         structural materials
·         refining

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