Microstructural Design and Processing Control of Advanced Ceramics

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February 2023
148 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6625-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6624-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Microstructural Design and Processing Control of Advanced Ceramics that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Physical Sciences

Advanced ceramics are referred to in various parts of the world as technical ceramics, high-tech ceramics, and high-performance ceramics. Advanced ceramics have better performances in quality as well as new applications that traditional ones do not have. They have multiple physical and mechanical properties including high hardness, high strength, thermal shock resistance, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and high-temperature resistance. In view of these characteristics, advanced ceramics are often high value-added products. Developments in advanced ceramics continue at a rapid pace, constituting what can be considered a revolution in the kind of materials and properties obtained.This reprint is intended for material researchers and application developers who seek information on the microstructural design and processing control of advanced ceramics, including piezoelectric ceramics, high-temperature ceramic composites, ceramic coatings, metal glasses, etc.

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Aurivillius phase ceramic; Bi3TiNbO9; electrical conduction behaviors; impedance spectrum; electrical modulus; composite ceramic fibers; boron nitride; silicon nitride; SrBi4Ti4O15; high-temperature piezoceramics; oxide additives; curie temperature; piezoelectric coefficient; ion substitution; Al2TiO5; ceramics; crystal structure; residual stresses; neutron diffraction; Ti3SiC2-PbO-Ag composites; tribo-chemical reaction; self-lubricating composite; tribo-oxidation; photodeposition; electron escape; semiconductor photocatalyst; MAX phase; SPS; Ti3SiC2/Cu composites; sintering characteristic; ferroelectrics; BiFeO3; humidity response; sol–gel preparation; CaBi4Ti4O15; ion doping; electrical conduction; dielectric relaxation; oxygen vacancies; BMGs; microstructural inhomogeneity; tribological behaviors; HRRF; n/a

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