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  • As we all know, ceramic materials are inorganic, non-metallic, solid, and inert materials. Things are made from them by the action of heat and subsequent cooling, which may be crystalline or partly crystalline. The definition of ceramic is often restricted to inorganic crystalline materials, as opposed to the noncrystalline glasses, which involve several steps of the ceramic process, and their mechanical properties behave similarly to ceramic materials.

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  • This is the first book of a series of forthcoming publications on this field by this publisher. The reader can enjoy both a classical printed version on demand for a small charge, as well as the online version free for download. Your citation decides about the acceptance, distribution, and impact of this piece of knowledge. Please enjoy reading and may this book help promote the progress in ceramic development for better life on earth.

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  • Pottery and ceramics have been an important part of human culture for thousands of years. From prehistoric storage jars to tiles on the space shuttles, pottery and ceramics have played a key role in innumerable human endeavors. The art of ceramics is one of the oldest known, dating to prehistoric times. Once heated (fired) to between 350⁰ and 800⁰C, the clay is converted to ceramic and will never dissolve again.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'sintering of ceramics – new emerging techniques_1', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Innovation in engineering often means the clever use of a new material - new to a particular application, but not necessarily (although sometimes) new in the sense of ‘recently developed’. Plastic paper clips and ceramic turbine-blades both represent attempts to do better with polymers and ceramics what had previously been done well with metals. And engineering disasters are frequently caused by the misuse of materials.

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  • It is less than five years since the last edition of Modern Physical Metallurgy was enlarged to include the related subject of Materials Science and Engineering, appearing under the title Metals and Materials: Science, Processes, Applications. In its revised approach, it covered a wider range of metals and alloys and included ceramics and glasses, polymers and composites, modern alloys and surface engineering.

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  • A one-stop Desk Reference, for engineers involved in the use of engineered materials across engineering and electronics; this is a book that will not gather dust on the shelf. It brings together the essential professional reference content from leading international contributors in the field. Material ranges from basic to advanced topics including materials and process selection; and explanations of properties of metals, ceramics, plastics and composites

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  • Materials are evolving today faster than at any time in history. Industrial nations regard the development of new and improved materials as an “underpinning technology” – one which can stimulate innovation in all branches of engineering, making possible new designs for structures, appliances, engines, electrical and electronic devices, processing and energy conservation equipment, and much more.

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  • The current book consists of eighteen chapters divided into three sections. Section I includes nine topics in characterization techniques and evaluation of advanced ceramics dealing with newly developed photothermal, ultrasonic and ion spattering techniques, the neutron irradiation and the properties of ceramics, the existence of a polytypic multi-structured boron carbide, the oxygen isotope exchange between gases and nanoscale oxides and the evaluation of perovskite structures ceramics for sensors and ultrasonic applications....

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  • This textbook is intended for use in a one- or two-semester undergraduate course in materials science that is primarily populated by chemical and materials engineering students. This is not to say that biomedical, mechanical, electrical, or civil engineering students will not be able to utilize this text, nor that the material or its presentation is unsuitable for these students.

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  • This book reviews a big window of opportunity for piezoelectric ceramics, such as new materials, material combinations, structures, damages and porosity effects. In addition, applications of sensors, actuators, transducers for ultrasonic imaging, positioning systems, energy harvesting, biomedical and microelectronic devices are described. The book consists of fourteen chapters. The genetic algorithm is used for identification of RLC parameters in the equivalent electrical circuit of piezoelectric transducers.

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  • Engineering of nanophase materials and devices is of vital interest in electronics, semiconductors and optics, catalysis, ceramics and magnetism. Research associated with nanoparticles has widely spread and diffused into every field of scientific research, forming a trend of nanocrystal engineered materials.

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  • Tham khảo sách '“frontmatter” materials science and engineering handbook ed. james', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The current book contains twenty-two chapters and is divided into three sections. Section I consists of nine chapters which discuss synthesis through innovative as well as modified conventional techniques of certain advanced ceramics (e.g. target materials, high strength porous ceramics, optical and thermo-luminescent ceramics, ceramic powders and fibers) and their characterization using a combination of well known and advanced techniques.

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  • By using kaolin A Luoi (Thua Thien Hue province) and the necessary materials, the blue pigment with different shades in the cordierite lattice have been synthesized. The blue pigment will be enamelled with a transparent glaze on to ceramic tile and L*, a*, b* colour parameters of representative samples were measured with a colorimeter.

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  • Lecture Material science: Part 4 - Non-metallic materials presented ceramics, bonding, elastic modulus, hardness, fracture, clay products, sintering, increasing sintering rates, improving performance, microstructure.

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  • Many types of tool materials, ranging from high carbon steel to ceramics and diamonds, are used as cutting tools in today’s metalworking industry. It is important to be aware that differences do exist among tool materials, what these differences are, and the correct application for each type of material. The various tool manufacturers assign many names and numbers to their products. While many of these names and numbers may appear to be similar, the applications of these tool materials may be entirely different.

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  • Scientists who dedicate their research activity to biomaterials pass through the typical dichotomy that often characterizes the basic research. On one side is the wish of exploring new frontiers of chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, pharmaceutics and all other disciplines to which biomaterials can be applied. Constantly improving of scientific knowledge would feed the freedom of attempting new strategies for producing materials with always tailored and improved characteristics.

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  • Today’s stringent design requirements and difficult-to-machine materials such as tough super alloys, ceramics, and composites, have made traditional machining processes costly and obsolete. As a result, manufacturers and machine design engineers are turning to advance machining processes. These machining processes utilizes electrical, chemical, and optimal sources of energy to bind, form and cut materials.

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  • This chapter presents basic knowledge on the special kind of the machining process in which a workpiece material hardened to 45–70 HRC hardness or more is machined with mixed ceramic or CBN tools. An extended comparison with finish grinding, as well with other abrasive finishing processes, is carried out. Specific cutting characteristics, including cutting forces, chip formation mechanisms and tool wear modes with relevant interface temperatures are discussed in terms of process conditions. Currently developing finite element (FE) and analytical modelling is overviewed.

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