Novel processing techniques using ICP/Hollow microspheres for high performance ceramics.
Boey, Freddy Yin Chiang.
Date of Issue2003
School of Materials Engineering
The project title Novel Processing Techniques Using an Integral Composite Particle and Hollow Microspheres for High Performance Ceramics was approved by the Ministry of Education APvC in December 1999 with a total funding of $546,334 and commenced in Jan 2000. The project was completed in Jan 2003, with the results compiled in this report. All the objectives set out in the approved proposal, namely the development and process optimisation for producing high thermal conductivity synthetic ICP Aluminum Nitride material, A1N ceramics hollow microspheres and controlled porosity low k dielectric Aluminum Nitride substrates, have been achieved.
Nanyang Technological University