11 edition of High performance non-oxide ceramics found in the catalog.
|Statement||M. Jansen (ed.).|
|Series||Structure and bonding -- v. 101-102|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||3540431314, 3540431322|
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The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination numbers of the predominantly covalently bonded constituents equalling or exceeding three, lends these non-oxidic ceramics a high kinetic stability, and is regarded as the microscopic origin of Format: Hardcover.
The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination numbers of the predominantly covalently bonded constituents equalling or exceeding three, lends these non-oxidic ceramics a high kinetic stability, and is regarded as the microscopic origin of 5/5(1).
The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination numbers of the predominantly covalently bonded constituents equalling or exceeding three, lends these non-oxidic ceramics a high kinetic stability, and is regarded as the microscopic origin of Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
The nitrides and carbides of boron and silicon are proving to be an excellent choice when selecting materials for the design of devices that are to be employed under particularly demanding environmental and thermal con- tions.
The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination Price: $ High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II. Editors: Jansen, M. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,33 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free; Included format: PDF; ebooks can be used on all reading devices.
The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination numbers of the predominantly covalently bonded constituents equalling or exceeding three, lends these non-oxidic ceramics a high kinetic stability, and is regarded as the microscopic origin of.
Silicon nitride ceramics a priori have high hardness especially for ceramics produced by such methods as HP, HIP, SN and SPS [9, 10]. It is also known that the hardness of α-Si 3 N 4 is higher. The hypothesis of this study is that non-oxide ceramics like silicon nitride (Si(3)N(4)) and silicon carbide (SiC)-not previously used in the medical field-are not only high strength and.
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Our material range includes oxide ceramics such as alumina and. zirconia, and non-oxide ceramics, such as silicon carbide and silicon nitride. High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II ().pdf writen by M.
Jansen, D. Mingos, R. Haubner, M. Herrmann, B. Lux, G. Petzow, R. Weissenbacher, M. Wilhelm: The nitrides and carbides of boron and silicon are proving to be an excellent choice when selecting materials for the design of devi.
High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II ().pdf writen by M. Jansen, R. Haubner, M. Herrmann, B. Lux, G. Petzow, R. Weissenbacher, M. Wilhelm: The nitrides and carbides of boron and silicon are proving to be an excellent choice when selecting materials for the design of devices that are to b.
High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics I M. Jansen. Phase Equilibria in the Si-B-C-N System H.J. Seifert, F. Aldinger 1 Silicon Carbide - A Survey of Synthetic Approaches, Properties and Applications G.
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY"This book has definite value as an important source for researchers working in the area of nonoxide ceramics.
non-oxide ceramics are silicon carbide SiC, silicon nitride Si3N4 and the so-called sialons, nitride-based ceramics with varying oxide contents. Non-oxides must undergo high-temperature processing in reducing or inert atmosphere to prevent oxidation. Furthermore, their strong and predominantly covalent (i.e.
directional) atomic bonds inhibit atomic. Surface and Colloid Chemistry in Advanced Ceramics Processing Surface and Colloid Chemistry in Advanced Ceramics Processing Robert J Pugh, Lennart Bergstrom No preview available - Common terms and phrases. High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II M.
Jansen Limited preview. A common thread that runs through these research programs lies in manipulating processing approaches (SPS, 3D printing) and in combining computational analysis with performance qualifying assays, while establishing process-structure-property linkages for a wide spectrum of oxide and non-oxide ceramics.
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During the past fifty years, significant progress has been achieved in the theory and application of SiAlONs and other similar non-oxide ceramics. In particular, the advances of the last thirty years in research and development have made SiAlONs, and similar materials, some of the most important engineering ceramics and new functional ceramics of today.
This study reports the fabrication of Nd:YAG (i.e. Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet: Y 3-x Nd x Al 5 O 12) transparent ceramics of a large size by the pressure slip-casting forming dal suspensions of primary oxides (i.e., Y 2 O 3, Al 2 O 3, Nd 2 O 3, and SiO 2 used as sintering aid) were cast under pressure through a porous membrane.
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The book gives a description of the failure phenomena of ceramic materials under mechanical loading, the methods to determine their properties, and the principles for material selection. The book presents fracture mechanical and statistical principles and their application to describe the scatter of strength and lifetime, while special chapters are devoted to creep behaviour, multiaxial.
Arnold, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 2 Ceramic Components. 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. Structural ceramics and composites: Injection molding, slip casting, axial pressing, fiber-reinforced ceramics, C-SiC and C / C materials, AlN, development of high performance disc brakes, heat exchangers, translucent ceramic, Functional Ceramics and Powder technology: Powder development, high-heat-conducting ceramics, insulating ceramics, ion.
High performance non-oxide ceramics. Vol.2 Berlin: Springer, (Structure and bonding ) ISBN: pp English: Book Article: Fraunhofer IKTS Abstract Silicon nitride ceramics is a generic term for a variety of alloys of Si3N4 with additional compounds necessary for a complete densification of the Si3N4 starting powder.
High-performance ceramics are invariably used in situations where other materials, such as plastic or metal, cannot withstand the extremely high loads.
There are truly a multitude of applications for high performance ceramics, due to the specific characteristics or qualities that each ceramic material : Ceramtec North America Corp. Dynamic-Ceramic Ltd Crewe Hall Enterprise Park, Weston Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 6UA, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected] Web: These values are typical of those obtained from test pieces and are offered for guidance in the design of engineering components.
Non Oxide Ceramics. Finally, Part Five is dedicated to non-oxide ceramic composites. This book is a comprehensive evaluation of all aspects of the interdependence of processing, microstructure, properties and performance of each of the five categories of CMC, with chapters from.
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This book is a comprehensive evaluation of all aspects of the interdependence of processing, microstructure, properties and performance of each of the five categories of CMC, with. FCT Systeme GmbH designs and manufactures high-temperature plants to produce modern high-performance materials as non-oxide ceramics, powder metallurgical materials and composites: spark plasma sintering systems, hot pressing, gas-pressure sintering and vacuum sintering furnaces covering the complete range from laboratory plant to the highly specialised industrial plant.
High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II. Jansen. 10 Oct Paperback. US$ Add to basket. 10% off High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II. Jansen. The military requirements of World War II encouraged developments, which created a need for high-performance materials and helped speed the development of ceramic science and engineering.
Throughout the s and s, new types of ceramics were developed in response to advances in atomic energy, electronics, communications, and space travel. Technical ceramics’ high performance can be attributed to the extremely high purities, most commonly metal compounds combined with oxides, carbides, and nitrides.
Components made from ceramic materials are increasingly becoming the only solution available for technical challenges that can’t be solved with conventional materials.
The use of non-oxide ceramics has resolved some of the most extreme wear and corrosion problems, regardless of whether high temperature and/or severe thermal shock is also involved. Among the numerous advanced ceramic materials that currently exist today include silicon nitride and silicon carbide, both of which offer features that can benefit.
About this book The production of high-purity ceramic materials from low-molecular weight, inorganic or organoelement precursors is a topic of increasing relevance within materials science.
With this emerging technology it is possible to precisely tailor the properties of the ceramic material which enables new high-temperature or electronic.Technical ceramics from CeramTec can be divided into four major groups of ceramic materials: Silicate ceramics, oxide ceramics, non-oxide ceramics and piezo-ceramics.
Silicate ceramics are the oldest type of ceramic materials for technical applications and are made primarily from natural raw materials in conjunction with alumina (aluminum oxide.