ISBN-10:
0470905476
ISBN-13:
9780470905470
Pub. Date:
07/13/2010
Publisher:
Wiley
Ceramics for Environmental and Energy Applications / Edition 1

Ceramics for Environmental and Energy Applications / Edition 1

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Overview

This volume is a collection of 17 papers from six symposia held during the 8th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology (PACRIM-8) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 31-June 5, 2009. These symposia include:

  • Glasses and Ceramics for Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Treatment
  • Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology
  • Ceramics for Electric Energy Generation, Storage and Distribution
  • Photocatalytic Materials: Reaction, Processing, and Applications
  • Direct Thermal to Electrical Energy Conversion Materials and Applications

PACRIM-8 is the eight in a series of international conferences on emerging ceramic technologies that began in 1993. PACRIM-8 was organized and sponsored by The American Ceramic Society and was endorsed by The Australian Ceramic Society, The Ceramic Society of Japan, The Chinese Ceramic Society, and The Korean Ceramic Society. A total of 862 experts, practitioners, and end users from forty-one countries attended PACRIM-8, making it one of the most successful ceramic science and engineering events in recent years.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470905470
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 07/13/2010
Series: Ceramic Transactions Series , #217
Pages: 186
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Aldo Roberto Boccaccini (born 2 September 1962 in San Rafael, Argentina) is a nuclear engineer and material scientist. He is currently a Professor of Biomaterials and Head of the Institute of Biomaterials at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany.
Boccaccini studied 2 years of electromechanical engineering at Universidad Tecnologica Nacional, in San Rafael, Argentina, and earned his engineering degree in Nuclear Engineering at Instituto Balseiro, S. C. de Bariloche, Argentina in 1987. He then moved to Germany and carried out his doctoral studies at RWTH Aachen, where he earned his doctoral degree (Dr.-Ing) in 1994. He then held postdoctoral positions in the UK at University of Birmingham, School of Metallurgy and Materials and in the USA, University of California, San Diego. In 2000 Boccaccini joined the Department of Materials at Imperial College London [1] (UK) and then returned to Germany in 2007 to complete his Habilitation at Technical University Ilmenau. Since 2009 he is working at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Erlangen-Nuremberg as Chair and Head of the Institute of Biomaterials.

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Table of Contents

Preface ix

Introduction xi

GLASSES AND CERAMICS FOR NUCLEAR AND HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT

Development of Glass Compositions to Immobilize Alkali, Alkaline Earth, Lanthanide and Transition Metal Fission Products from Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing 3
J. C. Marra and A. L. Billings, J. V. Crum, J. V. Ryan, and J. D. Vienna

Castable Glass and Glass-Ceramics from DC Plasma Treatment of Air Pollution Control Residues 11
D. Amutha Rani, J. A. Roether, D.E. Deegan, C. R. Cheeseman, and A. R. Boccaccini

XAFS of Pu L„i Edge in LaBS Glass 17
S. V. Stefanovsky, A. G. Ptashkin, A. A. Shiryaev, J. V. Zubavitchus, A. A. Veligjanin, J. C. Marra, and M. V. Chukalina

Phase Formation Studies Using X-Ray Diffraction and Infrared Spectroscopy in the Vitrification of Savannah River Site SB4 HLW Sludge Surrogate with High Iron and Aluminum Contents at High Waste Loadings 25
O. I. Stefanovsky, S. V. Stefanovsky, D. Y. Suntsov, A. A. Akatov, and J. C. Marra

Development of Waste Forms for Radioactive Iodine 35
Terry J. Garino, Tina M. Nenoff, James L. Krumhansl and David X. Rademacher

CaM004 in a Molybdenum Rich Borosilicate Glass-Ceramic: A Spectroscopic Study 43
Clément Mendoza, Gérard Panczer, Dominique de Ligny, Isabelle Bardez-Giboire, Sophie Schuller, and Sylvain Peuget

Glass-Ceramic Stoneware as a Promising Application for Waste Glasses 57
E. Bernardo, L. Esposito, E. Rambaldi, and A.Tucci

SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS AND HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY

Low Temperature Hydrogen Release from Borontetrahydride- Sodalite and Its Reloading: Observations in ln-situ and Ex-situ TIR Experiments 65
C. H. Rüscher, F. Stemme, L. Schomborg, and J.-Chr. Buhl

Synthesis and Characterization in the New System Bi2(AI/Ga)40g and 180/160 Exchange Experiments 71
T. Debnath, C. H. Rüscher, P. Fielitz, S. Ohmann, and G. Borchardt

Microstructure of Sm-Doped Ceria Interlayer and the Impedance of LaSrCoFeOa/SDC/LAMOX Half Cell 79
Yu-Chen Chen, Hun-Chieh Chang, Dah-Shyang Tsai, Wen-Hung Chung , and Minh-Vien Le

CERAMICS FOR ELECTRIC ENERGY GENERATION, STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION

Environmental Impact Evaluation of Ceramics Using Exergy Analysis 95
Hideki Kita, Hideki Hyuga, and Naoki Kondo

The Dynamic Characteristics of Ultrasonic Therapeutic Transducers Using Lead-Free Na05K05Nb03 Based Ceramics 105
Ming-Ru Yang, Sheng-Yuan Chu, Cheng-Che Tsai, Cheng-Shong Hong, and Chih-Lung Lin

Direct In-Situ Growth of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes on Silicon Carbide Particles as a Precursor for Fabricating Silicon Carbide-Carbon Nanotube Composites 117
Amit Datye, Kuang-Hsi Wu, George Gomes, Latha Kumari, Wenzhi Li, and Hua-Tay Lin

PHOTOCATALYTIC MATERIALS

Effect of Functional Coatings on Topographical Properties of Glass 131
Minna Piispanen, Mikko Aromaa, Jyrki M. Mäkelä, and Leena Hupa

Skin Damage by Different Shapes of Photocatalyst Nanoparticles 141
Eiji Watanabe, Kaoru Nishizawa, Takeshi Miki, and Hiroshi Taoda

Characterization of Crystallized Ti02 Film by Post Plasma Treatment 149
Toshiya Watanabe, Yukinobu Yokota, Naoya Yoshida, Yuko Shibayama, and Hisashi Ohsaki

DIRECT THERMAL TO ELECTRICAL ENERGY CONVERSION MATERIALS

Thermoelectric Properties of Oxygen Deficient La2-xSrxCu04.s Ceramics 163
Julio E. Rodriguez

Author Index 171

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