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Multifunctional components for agressive environments in Space applications


Abstract The main aim of this proposal is the development ceramic composites structures, in those space applications where aggressive environments (oxidative) and temperatures are required, such as hot parts of space vehicles for orbital re-entry (RLVs). The solution will be focused on re-usable systems. As expressed by the European Commission a non-dependent access to the critical space technology is required at European level. Therefore the strategy is to focus on materials systems able to be in a medium term independent from the technologies that already exist outside Europe (mainly in USA, Japan and Russia). New concepts, based on multilayer systems, will be addressed and their integration with conventional structural CMCs and their attachment to metallic frames. The technical approach is focused to the development of a novel multilayer concept based on HTCs and UHCTs with multiple tailored properties. Their bonding to conventional structural CMCs and to the final attachment to metallic structures and frames will be studied.

Enti SUPSI coinvolti Laboratorio materiali ibridi

Persone coinvolte Danilo Sergi, Giulio Scocchi, Claudio D'Angelo, Giovanni Bianchi, Ehsan Rezaei, Luca Ferrari

Responsabili Alberto Ortona

Data di inizio progetto 1 gennaio 2011

Data di chiusura progetto 30 giugno 2014


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