Sintering fundamentals: special topic volume
G. S. Upadhyaya
Trans Tech, Oct 30, 2009 - Science - 145 pages
This book comprises state-of-theżart reviews written by acknowledged experts who are active in sintering science.It includes seven invited reviews by authors hailing from five countries: J-M.Chaix (France) discusses quantitative aspects of the microstructures and modeling of sintering; with the technical aspects of image-analysis - including that of nanostructured materials - adding extra value. Z.S. Nikolic (Serbia) provides a theoretical review of the simulation of liquid-phase sintering, particularly under microgravity conditions, and extensively and critically reviews the results reported in the sintering literature. A.L. Lisovsky (Ukraine) opens up the vista of deconsolidation of polycrystalline skeletons in sintered composite materials, and deals with systems having more than one refractory solid phase, and with nanodispersed composite materials. G.S. Upadhyaya ( India) reviews the Samsonov model for the electronic mechanism of sintering, and its relevance; pointing out that, although the model is a qualitative one, it has great utility as a predictive tool and that various case-studies drawn from real multi-phase material systems are a testimony to the value of Samsonovżs model. The last three papers are materials-based, but interweave the theoretical aspects of sintering in order to achieve successful alloy design. K. Biswas (India) discusses the solid-state and liquid-phase sintering fundamentals of SiC ceramics in two separate papers and includes, in particular, the details of spark-plasma sintering of this ceramic. Finally, P. Datta (Germany), discusses in great detail the materials science aspects of doped LaGaO3-based SOFC( solid oxide fuel cell) materials; including their sintering, recalling that this oxide ceramic has attracted world-wide attention and has encouraged lively competition among scientists. This volume thus offers a stimulating and thorough overview of the topic.
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Quantitative Analysis of Microstructure and Modeling of Sintering
Gravity Induced Skeletal
Deconsolidation of Polycrystalline Skeletons in Sintered Composite Materials
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a-SiC Acta Mater Aldinger alloy amorphous anode atoms Biswas bonds boron Brownian motion cathode cation Ceram cermets compact composite materials configurations covalent crystal crystalline deconsolidation decrease densification density difference diffusion dihedral angle doped electrolyte electronic electronic configuration energy equation evolution experimental formation fracture toughness fuel cell G.S.Upadhyaya grain boundary grain growth gravity induced high temperature image analysis increase interface ionic conductivity Ionics Vol LaGaO3 lattice liquid phase sintering LPS-SiC LSGM Materials Science measured metal melts microstructure Mitomo oxide oxygen partial pressure parameters particles perovskite Phys polytypes Powder Metallurgy R. M. German refractory skeleton Science of Sintering secondary phases shape silicon carbide simulation sintered SiC sintering additives sintering temperature skeletal structure SOFC solid grains solid skeleton Solid State Ionics solid state sintering solid-phase domains solid-phase volume fraction spark plasma sintering strength surface Trans tungsten Upadhyaya WC-Co