Geopolymer Session at the 105 National Meeting of the American Ceramic Society

Geopolymer Session at the 105 National Meeting of the American Ceramic Society
Nashville, TN, USA
April 28 2003
Symposium: 20. Ceramic Matrix Composites
Session: Geopolymer Composites – 1:00:00 PM – 5:00:00 PM

Session organizer : Professor Waltraud M. (Trudy) Kriven
Vice Chair and Treasurer of the Engineering Ceramics Division, and Fellow of the American Ceramic Society
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1304 W. Green St., Urbana IL 61801, USA

Authors and Paper title:
1) Joseph Davidovits, Geopolymer Institute, France
Geopolymer Matrix Composites: Update and Overview

2) P. Balaguru, Rutgers University, USA
Recent Developments in Geopolymer Composites

3) Kenneth J.D. MacKenzie, Victoria University of Wellington, New-Zealand
What Are These Things Called Geopolymers? A Physico-Chemical Perspective

4) Ludwig Gauckler, David Sager and Stefan Forster, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland
Fiber Reinforced Geopolymers with Alkali- Activated Alumino-Silicate Matrix

5) Waltraud Kriven, Mathew Gordon and Jonathon Bell, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Microstructure and Microchemistry of Fully Reacted Geopolymer and Metal Geopolymer Composites

6) Jannie van Deventer, Linda Xu and Grant Luckey, University of Melbourne, Australia
Processing, Microstructure and Properties of Fly Ash Based Geopolymers

7) Douglas Comrie, Catawba Resources Inc., and Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Composite Cold Ceramic Geopolymer in a Refractory Application

8) Angel Palomo, Eduardo Torroja Institute (CSIC), Madrid, Spain
Mineral Alkaline Polymers: Cement or Ceramic?

9) Balakrishnan Nair and Duane DoyleCeramatec, Inc. Salt Lake City, Daniel Tinberg and Reid Cooper, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Functional Low-Silica Activity Geopolymer Matrices for Ceramic Composites

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