December 15, 2016 at 10:39 am #1598
The actual 3D structure of a pitch-based carbon foam was captured and used to build solid models for finite element analyses of thermal and mechanical properties. The technique was used to create accurate representations of ligaments, nodes, pores and window openings between pores.
Maruyama, B., Spowart, J. E., Hooper, D. J., Mullens, H. M., Druma, A. M., Druma, C., & Alam, M. K. (2006). A new technique for obtaining three-dimensional structures in pitch-based carbon foams. Scripta materialia, 54(9), 1709-1713.
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