The Future of Advanced Ceramics for the Energy Industry

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Ceramics Expo provides an unrivalled opportunity to find the latest and most advanced ceramic materials and technologies for the energy industry taking place this May 1 – 3, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio

Grow your knowledge from global industry leaders in a series of case study presentations:

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Requirement, Design, and Challenges in Inorganic Solid State Batteries

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Ceramic Needs in Nuclear Measurement Applications

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The Increasing Importance of the Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics

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Ceramics offer performance solutions for the energy industry including:  


Withstands high temperatures      ✔ Electrical conductivity      ✔ Strong and lightweight       Wear and corrosion resistant       Safe and reliable

Ceramic applications for the energy industry include:  

✔  Gas turbine components
✔  Glass fiber reinforcements for wind turbine blades
✔  Hot gas filters (coal plants)

✔  Isolator flanges for nuclear fusion energy research
✔  Liner tubes
✔  Nuclear fuel storage

✔  Paddles
✔  Pumps
✔  Solar cells, heat exchangers

✔  Solar-hydrogen technology
✔  Solid oxide fuel cells
✔  Valves


Meet the global leading manufacturers of advanced ceramics:

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The latest features on advanced ceramics and the energy industry

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Case Study: Imaging a Spider Web with the SEM

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Layered Perovskite Solar Cell Hits 20% Efficiency Level

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Interview: Don Bray, CTO, Morgan Advanced Materials

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Micropower Group Will Sign Long-Term Agreement With United Silicon Carbide

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Schneider Electric Extends its New EPack Power Controller Range

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Webinar: Precise Thermal Measurement and Control for Temperature-Critical Applications

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It has been a fantastic show. We have come over from Germany specially to show off our new materials.

Michael Rozumek, Global Technical Director, Morgan Advanced Materials

 

“We are doing a lot on CMCs at 3M and someone was speaking earlier about this, and hearing all the different segments of that was interesting.”

Gareth Hughes, Senior Research Engineer, 3M

“It has been great! It is my first time here so I am really excited to see all the other venders and interact with people that I don’t get to see that often.”

Conor Walsh, Engineering Associate, Corning Incorporated

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