5 edition of Microstructure, property and processing of functional ceramics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Qingrui Yin, Binghe Zhu, Huarong Zeng|
|Contributions||Zhu, Binghe, Zeng, Huarong|
|LC Classifications||TA455.C43 Y56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 365 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|ISBN 10||3642016936, 7502445714|
|ISBN 10||9783642016936, 9787502445713|
|LC Control Number||2009930028|
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5. Microstructure and properties Introduction Ceramics are heterogeneous materials, i.e. materials with internal phase boundaries or, in other words, materials with microstructure. Usually they are polycrystalline (with high- or low-angle grain boundaries or a glass phase between the individual grains or crystallites) and. Advances in Functionally Graded Ceramics – Processing, Sintering Properties and Applications. By Dina H.A. Besisa and Emad M.M. Ewais. Submitted: May 13th Reviewed: February 19th Published: March 31st DOI: /Cited by: 4.
Sintering is a critical phase in the production of ceramic bodies. By controlling the density and microstructure formation, sintering now emerged as a processing technology of ceramic materials. Tailoring the structural, mechanical, electrical, magnetic and optical properties is widening the application of ceramics in various fields. Recently, many advanced sintering Cited by: 9. The term ‘microstructure’ is used to describe the appearance of the material on the nm-cm length scale. A reasonable working deﬁnition of microstructure is: Microstructure can be observed using a range of microscopy techniques. The microstructural features of a given material may vary greatly when observed at different length Size: KB.
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Microstructure, Property and Processing of Functional Ceramics describes the preparation, property and local structure microscopy of functional ceramics. It covers functional ceramic fabrication processing, grain boundary phenomena and micro- nanoscale structures characterizations including scanning electron acoustic microscopy, scanning probe acoustic microscopy and piezoresponse force : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Microstructure, Property and Processing of Functional Ceramics describes the preparation, property and local structure microscopy of functional ceramics. It covers functional ceramic fabrication processing, grain boundary phenomena and micro- nanoscale structures characterizations including scanning electron acoustic microscopy, scanning probe acoustic microscopy and piezoresponse force microscopy.
Following the description of grain, grain boundary, nano-grain boundary, pores, domain structure, and mechanical behavior, the emphasis is placed on the relationships among chemical, and phase composition, microstructure, and properties of various functional ceramics including capacitive ceramics, piezoelectric ceramics, transparent ceramics, thermistor ceramics, magnetic ceramics, bioceramics, thin film ceramics and corundum ceramics.
The microstructure of ceramic materials is complicated and diversified, this book referring to numerous cases and picture simply but profoundly analyzes the characteristics of the microstructure of ceramic materials and its relations with material property while introducing basic knowledge to present a beautiful map of the micro material Author: zhang jin sheng.
Microstructure, properties, processing and grain boundary phenomena of functional ceramics.- Near-field acoustic microscopy and piezoresponse force microscopy of functional ceramics and crystals.- Some thought and state of art of research and development on functional ceramics.
Responsibility: Qingrui Yin, Binghe Zhu, Huarong Zeng. Chapter 5 describes science and technology of fabrication processing for different kinds of functional ceramics including capacitor ceramics, ferrite ceramics, corundum ceramics, PTC ceramics, and superconductor ceramics,etc.
Chapter 6 summarizes the future development of functional ceramics, starting with an overview of the ceramic evolution. This text deals with the effect of processing on the microstructure and properties of advanced structural and electroceramic materials.
It fulfils the need for a well illustrated book explaining the relation between microstructure and properties in structural ceramics, featuring high quality micrographs and characterization techniques. Engineering ceramics can be divided into functional ceramics and high-strength structural ceramics.
Before sintering, green bodies of ceramics include in their microstructure agglomerates, impurities, spatial variations of porosity and composition, and preferred orientation of asymmetric particles. Ceramic processing • The higher performance of ceramics is the result of strict contr ol of purity, composition, microstructure and processing.
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Thus, they tend to be em- ployed as veneer materials for metal or ceramic substructures, as well as for veneers, using either a refractory die technique or platinum foil. The microstructure of a glass is shown in Figure Size: 2MB.
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