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David W. Richerson og William E. Lee
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Modern Ceramic Engineering - Properties, Processing, and Use in Design, Fourth Edition, 4. udgave

Modern Ceramic Engineering

Properties, Processing, and Use in Design, Fourth Edition
David W. Richerson, William E. Lee og William E. Lee
(2018)
Sprog: Engelsk
CRC Press LLC
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  • Udgiver: CRC Press (April 2018)
  • Forfattere: David W. Richerson og William E. Lee
  • ISBN: 9781498716932
Since the publication of its Third Edition, there have been many notable advances in ceramic engineering. Modern Ceramic Engineering, Fourth Edition serves as an authoritative text and reference for both professionals and students seeking to understand key concepts of ceramics engineering by introducing the interrelationships among the structure, properties, processing, design concepts, and applications of advanced ceramics. Written in the same clear manner that made the previous editions so accessible, this latest edition has been expanded to include new information in almost every chapter, as well as two new chapters that present a variety of relevant case studies. The new edition now includes updated content on nanotechnology, the use of ceramics in integrated circuits, flash drives, and digital cameras, and the role of miniaturization that has made our modern digital devices possible, as well as information on electrochemical ceramics, updated discussions on LEDs, lasers and optical applications, and the role of ceramics in energy and pollution control technologies. It also highlights the increasing importance of modeling and simulation.
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  • Udgiver: CRC Press LLC (Maj 2018)
  • Forfattere: David W. Richerson, William E. Lee og William E. Lee
  • ISBN: 9781498716918
Since the publication of its Third Edition, there have been many notable advances in ceramic engineering. Modern Ceramic Engineering, Fourth Edition serves as an authoritative text and reference for both professionals and students seeking to understand key concepts of ceramics engineering by introducing the interrelationships among the structure, properties, processing, design concepts, and applications of advanced ceramics. Written in the same clear manner that made the previous editions so accessible, this latest edition has been expanded to include new information in almost every chapter, as well as two new chapters that present a variety of relevant case studies. The new edition now includes updated content on nanotechnology, the use of ceramics in integrated circuits, flash drives, and digital cameras, and the role of miniaturization that has made our modern digital devices possible, as well as information on electrochemical ceramics, updated discussions on LEDs, lasers and optical applications, and the role of ceramics in energy and pollution control technologies. It also highlights the increasing importance of modeling and simulation.

Part I: Ceramics as Engineering Materials
Chapter 1 What Is a Ceramic?
1.
1 Definitions of Ceramics
1.
2 Material Types Generally Considered in the Ceramics Family
1.
3 So What Is a Ceramic? Special Optional Assignment References Study Guide
Chapter 2 History of Ceramics
2.
1 Ceramics in the Stone Age
2.
2 The Rise of Traditional Ceramic Industries
2.
3 From Traditional to Modern Ceramics
2.
4 Summary References Study Guide
Chapter 3 Applications: Engineering with Ceramics
3.
1 High-Temperature Applications
3.
2 Wear and Corrosion Resistance Applications
3.
3 Cutting and Grinding
3.
4 Electrical Applications of Ceramics
3.
5 Magnetic Ceramics
3.
6 Optical Applications of Ceramics
3.
7 Composites
3.
8 Medical Applications of Ceramics
3.
9 Energy Efficiency and Pollution Control
3.
10 Military
3.
11 Recreation
3.
12 Modelling and Simulation.
3.
13 Summary References Study Guide

Part II: Structure and Properties
Chapter 4 Atomic Bonding and Crystal Structure
4.
1 Electronic Configuration of Atoms
4.
2 Bonding
4.
3 Polymorphic Forms and Transformations
4.
4 Noncrystalline Structures
4.
5 Molecular Structures
4.
5.
5 Cross-Linking and Branching References Problems Study Guide
Chapter 5 Crystal Chemistry and Specific Crystal Structures
5.
1 Crystal Structure Notations
5.
2 Crystal Chemistry of Ceramics
5.
3 Metallic and Ceramic Crystal Structures References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 6 Phase Equilibria and Phase Equilibrium Diagrams
6.
1 Phase Equilibrium Diagrams
6.
2 Phase Equilibrium Diagram Composition Calculations
6.
3 Isoplethal Crystallization Paths
6.
4 Nonequilibrium Behavior Problems Study Guide
Chapter 7 Physical and Thermal Behavior
7.
1 Physical Properties
7.
2 Thermal Properties
7.
3 Thermal Expansion References Problems Study Guide
Chapter 8 Mechanical Behavior and Measurement
8.
1 Elasticity
8.
2 Strength
8.
3 Fracture Toughness
8.
4 Ductile Versus Brittle Behavior References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 9 Time, Temperature, and Environmental Effects on Properties
9.
1 Creep
9.
2 Static Fatigue
9.
3 Chemicl Effects
9.
4 Mechanically Induced Effects
9.
5 Thermal Shock References Problems Study Guide
Chapter 10 Electrical Behavior
10.
1 Fundamentals and Definitions
10.
2 Electronic Conductivity
10.
3 Ionic Conductivity
10.
4 Conductive Polymers
10.
5 Electrical Insulators
10.
6 Semiconductors
10.
7 Superconductivity References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 11 Dielectric, Magnetic, and Optical Behavior
11.
1 Dielectric Properties
11.
2 Magnetic Behavior
11.
3 Optical Behavior References Problems Study Guide

Part III: Processing of Ceramics
Chapter 12 Introduction to Ceramic Fabrication Approaches and to Powder Processing
12.
1 General Ceramic Processing Approaches
12.
1.
1 Conventional Ceramic Processing By Compaction of Powders
12.
1.
2 Refractories Processing
12.
1.
3 Melting and Fusion Ceramics Processing
12.
1.
4 Romm or Low Temperature Processing
12.
1.
5 Other Ceramic Processing Options
12.
2 Powder Processing
12.
3 Powder Preparation and Sizing
12.
4 Preconsolidation
12.
5 Batch Determination References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 13 Shape-Forming Processes
13.
1 Pressing
13.
2 Casting
13.
3 Plastic Forming
13.
4 Green Machining References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 14 Densification
14.
1 Theory of Sintering
14.
2 Modified Densification Processes References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 15 Final Machining
15.
1 Mechanisms of Material Removal
15.
2 Effects on Strength
15.
3 Additional Sources of Information References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 16 Quality Assurance
16.
1 In-Process QA
16.
2 Specification and Certification
16.
3 Proof Testing
16.
4 Nondestructive Inspection
16.
5 Quality Problem Solving and Improvement
16.
6 Future Developments in Quality Assurance References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide

Part IV: Design with Ceramics
Chapter 17 Design Considerations
17.
1 Requirements of the Application
17.
2 Property Limitations
17.
3 Fabrication Limitations
17.
4 Cost Considerations
17.
5 Reliability Requirements
17.
6 Summary References Study Guide
Chapter 18 Design Approaches
18.
1 Empirical Design
18.
2 Deterministic Design
18.
3 Probabilistic Design
18.
4 Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Approach
18.
5 Combined Approaches
18.
6 Computer Assisted Design (CAD) References Additional Recommended Reading Problems Study Guide
Chapter 19 Failure Analysis
19.
1 Fractography
19.
2 Summary References Additional Recommended Reading Study Guide
Chapter 20 Toughening of Ceramics
20.
1 Toughening Mechanisms
20.
2 Examples of Toughened Ceramics
20.
3 Summary References Problems Study Guide

Part V: Applying Ceramics to Real World Challenges
Chapter 21: Solving Past Challenges--Case Studies
21.
1 Evolution of the Integrated Circuit
21.
2 Evolution of the Flash Memory and the Digital Camera
21.
3 Challenges of the Digital Watch
21.
4 Invention and Evolution of the Catalytic Converter
21.
5 Bioglass amd Bioceramics
21.
6 Refractories Evolution
21.
7 Ceramics in the Nuclear Industry
21.
8 Silicon Nitride: Seeking Uses for a New Material References.
Chapter 22: Where Next for Ceramics? Future Trends and Challenges
22.
1 Nanotechnology and Nanoprocessing
22.
2 Ceramics in Environmental Clean-up
22.
3 Raw Material Challenges
22.
4 Modelling
22.
5 Advances in Processing
22.
6 Extreme Environment Challenges References
Appendix A
Glossary
Appendix B Effective Ionic Radii for Cations and Anions
Appendix C The Periodic Table of the Elements
Index
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