Non-oxide Ceramics for Bulletproofing Applications

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This issue of HighTech Materials TOE profiles non-oxide ceramics for bulletproofing applications. Non-oxide ceramics, which includes carbides, silicides, nitrides, and borides, are being widely adopted for bulletproofing applications. These materials are lightweight, hard, corrosion and wear resistant, and have low thermal expansion in comparison to alumina and steal armor. High research funding from governments toward strengthening their defense assets drives innovations in bulletproof non-oxide ceramics. Future technology developments include low-cost manufacturing techniques, developing 3D printed materials, and lightweight ceramics. The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intell

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Non-oxide Ceramics for Bulletproofing ApplicationsInnovations in Non-oxide Ceramics for Bulletproofing Applications Boron Carbide Powders with High Hardness and Chemical ResistanceComposite Metal Foam and Boron Carbide Ceramics for Making Ultra-strong and Ultra-lightweight ArmorLightweight Silicon Carbide Composites for Ballistic ProtectionFine Silicon Carbide Powders for Passive ArmorStrategic InsightsUnited States and China Lead in IP FilingsUse of Low-cost Manufacturing Techniques can Drive Adoption of Non-Oxide Ceramics for Bulletproofing ApplicationsKey PatentsPatents Focusing on Developing Non-oxide Ceramics for Bulletproofing ApplicationsIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts

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