2016 - Heyn Commemorative Medal
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Ceramic, Porosity, Microstructure and Polymer. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tissue engineering and Scaffold. The study incorporates disciplines such as Silicon carbide, Carbon, Pyrolysis and Phase in addition to Ceramic.
His Porosity research incorporates themes from Near net shape, Zeolite, Catalysis, Shrinkage and Inert gas. Peter Greil combines subjects such as Sintering, Oxide, Mineralogy and Ultimate tensile strength with his study of Microstructure. The various areas that he examines in his Polymer study include Curing, Silicon and Nitride.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Ceramic, Microstructure, Porosity and Chemical engineering. His Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Pyrolysis. Peter Greil studied Ceramic and Mineralogy that intersect with Calcium and Nuclear chemistry.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Elastic modulus and Microstructure. His Porosity research integrates issues from Shrinkage, Compressive strength, Silicon and Scanning electron microscope. His studies deal with areas such as Carbon and Nanotechnology as well as Chemical engineering.
Composite material, Ceramic, Microstructure, Porosity and Composite number are his primary areas of study. His study looks at the relationship between Composite material and topics such as Phase, which overlap with Solid solution. His Ceramic research incorporates elements of Bone replacement, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Bone substitute and Coating.
The Chemical engineering study which covers Nanotechnology that intersects with Surface modification. His Porosity research includes themes of Piezoelectricity, Carbon and Scanning electron microscope. The Composite number study combines topics in areas such as Indentation and Annealing.
Peter Greil focuses on Composite material, Ceramic, Microstructure, Sintering and Flexural strength. His study in Porosity, Porous ceramics, Thermal conductivity, Modulus and Compressive strength is done as part of Composite material. Peter Greil usually deals with Porosity and limits it to topics linked to Nanotechnology and Streaming current.
Particularly relevant to Ceramic matrix composite is his body of work in Ceramic. His studies in Microstructure integrate themes in fields like Molding, Absorption, Polymer, Aluminium and Composite number. His Flexural strength study incorporates themes from Vickers hardness test, Carbide, Quenching and Thermal shock.
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Martin D. Hager;Peter Greil;Christoph Leyens;Sybrand van der Zwaag.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Biomorphic Cellular Silicon Carbide Ceramics from Wood: I. Processing and Microstructure
Peter Greil;Thomas Lifka;Annette Kaindl.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (1998)
Active‐Filler‐Controlled Pyrolysis of Preceramic Polymers
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1995)
Functionally graded materials for biomedical applications
W Pompe;H Worch;M Epple;W Friess.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2003)
Biomimetic apatite formation on chemically treated titanium.
Lenka Jonášová;Frank A. Müller;Aleš Helebrant;Jakub Strnad.
Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic‐Based Materials
Nahum Travitzky;Alexander Bonet;Benjamin Dermeik;Tobias Fey.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2014)
Biomorphous ceramics from lignocellulosics
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2001)
Polymer Derived Engineering Ceramics
Advanced Engineering Materials (2000)
Cellulose-based scaffold materials for cartilage tissue engineering.
Frank A. Müller;Lenka Müller;Ingo Hofmann;Peter Greil.
Hydroxyapatite growth on anodic TiO2 nanotubes
Hiroaki Tsuchiya;Jan M. Macak;Lenka Müller;Julia Kunze.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A (2006)
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