Advanced Materials '93: Ceramics, Powders, Corrosion and Advanced Processing
Newnes, Dec 2, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 1008 pages
Ceramics, Powders, Corrosion and Advanced Processing covers the proceedings of the Third International Union of Materials Research Societies (IUMRS) International Conference on Advanced Materials (ICAM), held in Sunshine City, Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan from August 31 to September 4, 1993. The said conference discusses the procedures for advanced materials.
The book is divided into four parts. Part 1 includes topics such as preparation of powders from different compounds and substances and the application of different methods and techniques. Part 2 talks about high temperature oxidations and corrosions; degradation resistance of thermal barrier coatings; the environmental effects on corrosion behavior of stainless steel; effect of gas composition and pressure on high temperature corrosion; and other related concepts. Part 3 includes topics such as fatigue-crack behavior; the factors that lead to it; fracture resistance and how it is increased; and the application of ceramics to heat-resistant engines and turbines. Part 4 covers the advanced processing of ceramics, and Part 5 deals with the fabrication of silicon-based ceramics.
The text is highly recommended for chemists and engineers in the field of ceramics who would like to know more about the advances in its studies and research.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
1994 Elsevier Science addition Advanced Processing alkoxide alloy alumina amorphous B.V. All rights behavior carbon ceramics chemical coating compacts composite corrosion crack growth crystal cyclic decreased density diffusion effect electron Elsevier Science B.V. Engineering ethanol eutectic EXPERIMENTAL fatigue ﬁber Figure film formation formed fraction fracture toughness grain boundary grain growth heat high temperature hot-pressed increase inﬂuence interface Japan load materials matrix measured mechanical properties metal method microstructure mixture Mizutani monoclinic morphology mullite observed obtained oxidation oxidation resistance oxygen parameters particles peak phase plasma pore powder pressure pyrolysis ratio reaction RESULTS AND DISCUSSION rights reserved room temperature samples shown in Fig shows Si3N4 ceramics Sialon silica silicon carbide silicon nitride sintered body sintering solution specimens steel stress structure substrate surface tetragonal thermal thickness TiAl Trans Volume 14A wear X-ray diffraction zirconia