6 edition of Ceramic Technology and Processing (Materials and Processing Technology) found in the catalog.
January 15, 2002 by Noyes Publications .
Written in English
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This book gives a comprehensive account on the manufacturing techniques to synchronize the desired properties of both traditional and advanced ceramics. Offers exclusive and up to date information on industrial ceramic processing equipment and approaches and discusses actual industrial practices taking a product-oriented approach It should Author: Debasish Sarkar. The outstanding properties of ceramics have guaranteed their use for millennia and they remain vitally important in modern technology. This book provides an overview of the current status of processing of ceramic materials in micro technology. Emanating in part from scientific partners in the ceramics division of the European Network of Excellence, the book deals [ ]. The latest developments in ceramic and glass processing and characterization are covered including solution method and nanocrystalline powders, polymer precursor and sol-gel technology, microwave processing, novel processing methods, functionally graded materials, laminated object manufacturing, thin films and coatings, synthesis and.
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Processing techniques in a manufacturing plant are different principally because of the volume of material involved. The chapter covers information on preparing the material, forming the material, firing the material, laboratory analytical procedures, testing procedures, and the properties of the ceramic that results from this processing procedure.
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