Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites VIII: Proceedings of the 106th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 2004, Ceramic Transactions / Edition 1

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Overview

The latest developments in ceramic, glass, and composites processing and characterization are covered in this volume. Included are papers from industry, academia, and research laboratories on the advances in basic science and technology and how these can be used to address technological issues faced by the industry.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781574981872
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2005
  • Series: Ceramic Transactions Series , #42
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 223
  • Product dimensions: 5.96 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

COMBUSTION SYNTHESIS

Combustion Synthesis (SHS) of BN/AlN Ceramic Composite Powders (H.H. Khachatryan, M.A. Hobosyan, S.L. Kharatyan and J.A. Puszynski).

Combustion Synthesis of Ceramic Composites and Solid Solutions from Nanoreactants (J.A. Puszynski, S.R. Dargar and B.E. Liebig).

MICROWAVE PROCESSING.

Susceptor Investigation for Microwave Heating Applications (G. Gaustad, J. Metcalfe, H. Shulman and S. Allan).

A Comparison of the Electrical Properties of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Processed Using Conventional, Fast-Fire, and Microwave Sintering Techniques (M. Ugorek, D. Edwards and H. Shulman).

SOL-GEL SYNTHESIS.

Biomorphic (Si, Ti, Zr) - Carbide Synthesized Through Sol-Gel Process (C.R. Rambo, J. Cao and H. Sieber).
Preparation of Monodispersed Silica Colloids Using Sol-Gel Method: Cosolvent Effect (K.-S. Chou and C.-C. Chen).

COLLOIDAL PROCESSING.

Definitive Replacement of Organic Solvents by Water in the Colloidal Processing of Aluminum Nitride (J.M.F. Ferreira, S.M.H. Olhero and M.I.L.L. Oliveira).

PRECERAMIC POLYMER PROCESSING.

Al2O3-SiC Nanocomposites by Infiltration of Alumina Matrix with a Liquid Polycarbosilane (D. Galusek and R. Riedel).

High-Yield Ceramic Inks for Ink-Jet Printing with Preceramic Polymers (M. Scheffler, R. Bordia, N. Travitzky and P. Greil)


PLASMA SYNTHESIS.

Effect of Particle Size on the Characteristics of Mullite-ZrO2 Ceramics Produced by Spark Plasma Reaction Sintering (E. Rocha-Rangel, S. Diaz de la Torre and H. Balmori-Ramirez).

COMPOSITES.

Synthesis and Characterization of Al2O3-SiC Composite Powders from Carbon Coated Precursors (S. Ozcan and R. Koc).

Cellular β-Sialon/SiC Composite Ceramics from Cardboard (C.R. Rambo and H. Sieber).


THIN FILMS.

Titanium Oxide Thin Film Preparation Via Low Temperature Spin-Coating Process (W. Zhuang and Y. Ono).

Synthesis of C and N Based Thin Films by Microwave Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition (R.S. Kukreja, V. Shanov and R.N. Singh).

Effect of Nitrogen on Morphology and Electrical Properties of Polycrystalline Diamond Thin Films (R. Ramamurti, V. Shanov and R.N. Singh).

POROUS CERAMICS.

Manufacturing of Highly-Porous SiC-Ceramics from Si-Filled Cellulose Fiber Papers (O. Rusina, R. Kirmeier, A. Molinero, C.R. Rambo and H. Sieber).

KINETICS AND MECHANISM.

High Temperature Forming of Ceramic Shapes Without Applying External Pressure b(S.J. Lombardo, R.V. Shende, C.S. Kim and R.A. Winholtz).

The Influence of Binder Degradation Kinetics on Rapid Binder Removal Cycles (S.J. Lombardo, J.W. Yun and D.S. Krueger).

COMPUTATIONAL MODELING AND ANALYSIS.

Stress-Deformation Analysis by FEM-Based Computational Modeling of Fracture Mechanics of Carbon Hard Inclusions and Reinforced Composite Materials (M.V. Kireitseu, D. Hui, L. Bochkareva, S. Eremeev and I. Nedavniy).

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