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EUROMAT 99, Ceramics: Processing, Reliability, Tribology and Wear

Overview

Today the development of technical ceramics is mostly oriented towards a better control of the microstructure and resulting properties of these materials. New forms of powders and microstructures are developed to enable the usage of ceramics in new application areas.
This goal may be reached by producing accurately reproducible reactive powders, development of adapted sintering processes, and by introducing new forms of composites. In addition,...
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Overview

Today the development of technical ceramics is mostly oriented towards a better control of the microstructure and resulting properties of these materials. New forms of powders and microstructures are developed to enable the usage of ceramics in new application areas.
This goal may be reached by producing accurately reproducible reactive powders, development of adapted sintering processes, and by introducing new forms of composites. In addition, new methods offer new opportunities for materials development.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783527301942
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2000
  • Series: Euromat 99 Series , #26
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 502
  • Product dimensions: 6.89 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Partial table of contents:

CERAMICS PROCESSING.

Supercritical Extraction of Binders from Green Ceramic Compacts (T. Chartier, et al.).

Ceramic Composites from Bioorganic Derived Materials (H. Sieber & P. Greil).

Pressure Casting of SiC Suspensions (H. von Both, et al.).

A Novel CMC Material for Train Brake Systems (Z. Rak).

Micro Powder Injection Molding (V. Piotter, et al.).

Processing of SiC-Ceramics with Cellular Microstructure (C. Hoffmann, et al.).

The Conversion Process of Cellulose Fiber into Ceramic Fibers (E. Vogli, et al.).

New Aluminium/Carbon-Based Ceramic Compounds (F. Meyer & H. Hillebrecht).

CERAMICS PROCESSING AT LOW TEMPERATURES.

Colloidal Processing of Nanocrystalline Cerium Oxide (A. Tsch?pe, et al.).

Effect of Li, Ca and Sn Doping on Anatase Stability (X. Bokhimi, et al.).

Direct Electroless Plating of ZrO2 Powder (G. Wen, et al.).

RELIABILITY.

Reliability of Ceramic Valve Plates for Common-Rail Injection Pumps (R. Speicher, et al.).

Aqueous Corrosion of Advanced Ceramics (R. Westerheide, et al.).

Defect Analysis in Ceramics by Microwaves (H. Dannheim & H. H├Ądrich).

TRIBOLOGY AND WEAR.

Wear Mechanisms and Influence of Humidity on the Tribological Behaviour of SSiC Ceramic under Unidirectional Sliding (R. Blattner & K.-H. Gahr).

Assessment and Optimization of Tribological Systems (W. Pfeiffer, et al.).

Dynamic Friction of Carbon-Ceramic Couples (P. Vantomme, et al.).

Indexes.

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