Her primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Composite number, Glass-ceramic, Coating and Ceramic. Monica Ferraris combines topics linked to Oxide with her work on Composite material. Her work focuses on many connections between Composite number and other disciplines, such as Borosilicate glass, that overlap with her field of interest in Layer and Surface modification.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Sintering and Neutron irradiation in addition to Glass-ceramic. The Coating study combines topics in areas such as Simulated body fluid, Scanning electron microscope, Reinforced carbon–carbon, Ceramic matrix composite and Temperature cycling. Many of her research projects under Ceramic are closely connected to Inert with Inert, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Monica Ferraris mainly investigates Composite material, Composite number, Ceramic, Coating and Doping. Composite material is a component of her Glass-ceramic, Shear strength, Microstructure, Sintering and Brazing studies. Her studies deal with areas such as Oxide and Sealant as well as Glass-ceramic.
In Composite number, Monica Ferraris works on issues like Sputtering, which are connected to Chemical engineering. Her Ceramic research integrates issues from Brittleness and Adhesive. Her work investigates the relationship between Doping and topics such as Laser that intersect with problems in Optical fiber.
Monica Ferraris spends much of her time researching Composite material, Ceramic, Composite number, Coating and Metallurgy. Her works in Shear strength, Glass-ceramic, Alloy, Adhesive and Brazing are all subjects of inquiry into Composite material. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Glass-ceramic, focusing on Sealant and, on occasion, Characterization.
Her Ceramic study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sintering, Thermal stability and Porous medium. The various areas that Monica Ferraris examines in her Composite number study include Porosity, Nanotechnology, Silicon, Polymer and Thermal expansion. Her Coating research includes elements of Diffusion bonding, Spark plasma sintering, Contact angle and Nanoclusters.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Coating, Metallurgy, Alloy and Microstructure. Her study ties her expertise on Nanoclusters together with the subject of Composite material. The concepts of her Coating study are interwoven with issues in Adhesion, Diffusion bonding, Spark plasma sintering, Contact angle and Silver nanoparticle.
Her work deals with themes such as Aluminium foam sandwich, Porous medium and Scanning electron microscope, which intersect with Metallurgy. Her Alloy research includes themes of Radiator, Temperature cycling, Lap joint and Heat pipe. Her Microstructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flexural strength, Optical microscope, Silicon, Molybdenum and Mechanical strength.
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Oxidation protective multilayer coatings for carbon-carbon composites
Federico Smeacetto;Milena Salvo;Monica Ferraris.
Silicon carbide composites as fusion power reactor structural materials
L. L. Snead;T. Nozawa;Monica Ferraris;Y. Katoh.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2011)
Multilayer coating with self-sealing properties for carbon-carbon composites
Federico Smeacetto;Monica Ferraris;Milena Salvo.
Glass–ceramic seal to join Crofer 22 APU alloy to YSZ ceramic in planar SOFCs
Federico Smeacetto;Milena Salvo;Monica Ferraris;J Cho.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2008)
Radiation-tolerant joining technologies for silicon carbide ceramics and composites
Yutai Katoh;Lance L. Snead;Ting Cheng;Chunghao Shih.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2014)
Coatings on zirconia for medical applications
Monica Ferraris;Enrica Verne;Pietro Appendino;C. Moisescu.
Use of vitrified MSWI bottom ashes for concrete production.
Monica Ferraris;Milena Salvo;Andrea Ventrella;Luigi Buzzi.
Waste Management (2009)
Virucidal effect against Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 of a silver nanocluster/silica composite sputtered coating
Cristina Balagna;Sergio Perero;Elena Percivalle;Edoardo Vecchio Nepita.
Open Ceramics (2020)
Production of glass-ceramic bodies from the bottom ashes of municipal solid waste incinerators
Pietro Appendino;Monica Ferraris;I. Matekovits;Milena Salvo.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2004)
Joining of C/SiC composites by spark plasma sintering technique
Stefano Rizzo;Salvatore Grasso;Milena Salvo;Valentina Casalegno.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2014)
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