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Interagency Coordinating Committee on Structural Ceramics FY 1992
  • Published Date:
    1992-05-13
  • Language:
    English
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Interagency Coordinating Committee on Structural Ceramics FY 1992
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    Annual Report 1992
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  • Abstract:
    The Interagency Coordinating Committee on Structural Ceramics (ICCSC) held its annual meeting May 13, 1992. The primary function of the ICCSC is communication and coordination among managers of federally funded research and development programs in structural ceramics. The focus of the Committee is on structural ceramic materials, including both monolithic ceramics and ceramic matrix composites. Twenty-three government program offices sponsored $120 million of unclassified research and development in fiscal year 1992 on these materials for applications in high performance transportation engine and turbine systems, cutting tools, heat exchanges, armor, bearings and aerospace engine and airframe components. These applications are critical to international commercial competitiveness since they represent large potential markets and also underpin the national defense posture. This Committee regularly brings together federal program managers that have management responsibilities for such diverse research and development programs with a common denominator of interest and needs in structural ceramics. It provides a mechanism for maximizing the total effectiveness and resource sharing of government supported research and development in structural ceramics and assures that there is not redundancy or undesirable overlap in this coordinated effort.

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