His primary areas of investigation include Metallurgy, Microstructure, Chemical engineering, Solid oxide fuel cell and Ceramic. Hans Peter Buchkremer works mostly in the field of Metallurgy, limiting it down to topics relating to Injection moulding and, in certain cases, Machinability, as a part of the same area of interest. Hans Peter Buchkremer has researched Microstructure in several fields, including Porosity and Nanotechnology.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Thin film under Chemical engineering, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Layer. Hans Peter Buchkremer combines subjects such as Oxide and Forensic engineering with his study of Solid oxide fuel cell. His Ceramic research incorporates elements of Sintering, Cathode and Scanning electron microscope.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Chemical engineering, Metallurgy, Electrolyte and Oxide. Layer, Porosity, Ceramic and Coating are the primary areas of interest in his Composite material study. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Yttria-stabilized zirconia, Thin film, Sputtering and Inorganic chemistry, Zirconium.
Powder metallurgy, Nickel titanium, Microstructure, Sintering and Hot isostatic pressing are among the areas of Metallurgy where Hans Peter Buchkremer concentrates his study. His study in Electrolyte is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cathode, Electrical engineering, Fuel cells and Anode. Hans Peter Buchkremer has included themes like Solid oxide fuel cell, Forensic engineering, Corrosion and Contact resistance in his Oxide study.
Hans Peter Buchkremer focuses on Chemical engineering, Thin film, Electrolyte, Oxide and Anode. His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Chromatography, Redox cycling, Metal and Atomic layer deposition. His work on Electrolyte is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Cathode.
His Oxide research integrates issues from Battery, Gas separation and Electrolysis. Specifically, his work in Anode is concerned with the study of Solid oxide fuel cell. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Porosity, Composite material, Mineralogy and Lithium.
Hans Peter Buchkremer mostly deals with Sintering, Chemical engineering, Anode, Porosity and Microstructure. His Sintering research incorporates themes from Tetragonal crystal system, Engineering physics and Electric current. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Thin film, Atomic layer deposition, Chromatography, Porous medium and Coating.
The Anode study combines topics in areas such as Tape casting, Oxide and Forensic engineering. His Porosity study combines topics in areas such as Titanium and Metallurgy. His research in Microstructure intersects with topics in Metal injection molding, Membrane technology, Nanotechnology and Polymeric membrane.
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High-porosity titanium, stainless steel and superalloy parts
Martin Bram;Cornelia Stiller;Hans Peter Buchkremer;Detlev Stöver.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2000)
Materials and manufacturing technologies for solid oxide fuel cells
Norbert H. Menzler;Frank Tietz;Sven Uhlenbruck;Hans Peter Buchkremer.
Journal of Materials Science (2010)
Components manufacturing for solid oxide fuel cells
F Tietz;H.-P Buchkremer;D Stöver.
Solid State Ionics (2002)
Powder metallurgical fabrication processes for NiTi shape memory alloy parts
M. Bram;A. Ahmad-Khanlou;A. Heckmann;B. Fuchs.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2002)
Ce0.8Gd0.2O2 − δ protecting layers manufactured by physical vapor deposition for IT-SOFC
N. Jordan;W. Assenmacher;S. Uhlenbruck;V.A.C. Haanappel.
Solid State Ionics (2008)
Effects of deposition temperature and thermal cycling on residual stress state in zirconia-based thermal barrier coatings
V. Teixeira;M. Andritschky;W. Fischer;H.P. Buchkremer.
Surface & Coatings Technology (1999)
Analysis of residual stresses in thermal barrier coatings
V Teixeira;M Andritschky;W Fischer;H.P Buchkremer.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (1999)
Study of production route for titanium parts combining very high porosity and complex shape
A. Laptev;M. Bram;H. P. Buchkremer;D. Stöver.
Powder Metallurgy (2004)
Easy assessment of the biocompatibility of Ni-Ti alloys by in vitro cell culture experiments on a functionally graded Ni-NiTi-Ti material.
Denise Bogdanski;Manfred Köller;Dietmar Müller;Gert Muhr.
Thin film coating technologies of (Ce,Gd)O2-δ interlayers for application in ceramic high-temperature fuel cells
S. Uhlenbruck;N. Jordan;D. Sebold;H.P. Buchkremer.
Thin Solid Films (2007)
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