Fundamentals of Ceramics (2nd Edition)

Download Fundamentals of Ceramics (2nd Edition) written by Michel Barsoum in PDF format. This book is under the category Chemistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1498708137/9781498708135. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

Michel Barsoum

publisher

CRC Press; 2nd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

648 pages

language

English

asin

B082QPCQX5

isbn10

1498708137

isbn13

9781498708135


Book Description

Readers will find that the second edition of Barsoum’s Fundamentals of Ceramics (PDF) provides an introduction to ceramic science that is both unusually clear and exhaustive. In this most recent version to the 2nd edition, problems have been updated, and additional worked examples have been added. Additionally, new chapter parts on computational materials science and case studies have been included.

The sections on computational materials science explain how the density functional theory and molecular dynamics calculations that are used today can shed valuable light on properties. This is particularly true for properties that are difficult to measure or visualize in any other way, such as surface energies, elastic constants, point defect energies, phonon modes, and so on. The Case Studies sections place a greater emphasis on applications, including things like optical fibers, solid oxide fuel cells, ultra-strong and thin glasses, glass-ceramics, alumina forming materials, strong and tough ceramics, fiber-reinforced ceramic matrix composites, thermal barrier coatings, the tiles that cover the space shuttle, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, field-assisted and microwave sintering, two-dimensional solids, and colossal magnetoresistance

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Content: Bonding in ceramics —
Structure of ceramics —
Effect of chemical forces on physcial properties —
Thermodynamics and kinetic considerations —
Defects in ceramics —
Diffusion and electrical conductivity —
Phase equilibria —
Formation, structure, and properties of glass —
Sintering and grain growth —
Mechanical properties: fast fracture —
Creep, subcritical crack growth, and fatigue —
Thermal properties —
Dielectric properties —
Magnetic and nonlinear dielectric properties —
Optical properties.

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