Chemical industry — Catalyst support and packed bed reactors.
Filtration — Size exclusion, molten metal filtration, high-temperature gas filtration.
Heat transfer — Radiant heater.
High-temperature kiln furniture — Sintering.
Absorption — Desiccants.
Ceramic matrix composites (CMC) — These structures can be filled with metal of choice to produce a metal matrix composite. In particular, it can be filled with high temperature performing alloys such as refractory alloys or Inconel.
Metal matrix composite (MMC) — Depending on the design, structures can be developed where the pore volume is more than 50 percent. In these cases, if the pores are filled with a metallic material through squeeze casting for example, then a MMC structure will be obtained.
Polymer matrix composite (PMC) — These materials are formed when the ordered structures are made from metallic or ceramic material and the pores are filled with a polymer.
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