Characterization, Design, and Processing of Nanosize Powders and Nanostructured Materials. Ceramic Transactions, Volume 190. Ceramic Transactions Series

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  • 248 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Provides an organized and carefully selected collection of current research papers from two recent symposia, including The Characterization and Processing of Nanosize Powders and Particles and Nanoscale and Multifunctional Materials symposia both held at the 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology in Fall 2005. The topics covered include techniques to characterize nanosize powders and nanoparticle dispersions, green processing of nanopowders, and the sintering and microstructure of nanoparticle assemblies.
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Preface ix


Synthesis of High Purity ß–SiAION Nanopowder From a Zeolite by Gas–Reduction–Nitridation 3Tomohiro Yamakawa, Tom Wakihara, Junichi Tatami, Katsutoshi Komeya, and Takeshi Meguro

Electrospinning of Ceramic Nanofibers and Nanofiber Composites 9Junhan Yuh, Hyun Park, and Wolfgang M. Sigmund

Melt Synthesis and Characterization of (A1–xA′x)(B1–yB′y)03 Complexed Oxide Perovskites 21Tadashi Ishigaki, Kazumasa Seki, Shunji Araki, Naonori Sakamoto, Tomoaki Watanabe, and Masahiro Yoshimura

Carbon Derived Si3N4+SiC Micro/Nano Composite 29Jan Dusza, Monika Kasiarova, Alexandra Vysocka, Jana Spakova, Miroslav Hnatko, and Pavol Sajgalik


Modification of Nanosize Silica Particle Surfaces to Improve Dispersion in a Polymer Matrix 39Chika Takai, Masayoshi Fuji, and Minoru Takahashi

Possibility of Comb–Graft Copolymers as Dispersants for SiC Suspensions in Ethanol 47Toshio Kakui, Mitsuru Ishii, and Hidehiro Kamiya

Dispersion Control and Microstructure Design of Nanoparticles by Using Microbial Derived Surfacant 61Hidehiro Kamiya, Yuichi tida, Kenjiro Gomi, Yuichi Yonemochi, Shigekazu Kobiyama, Motoyuki lijima, and Mayumi Tsukada


Analysis of Consolidation Behavior of 68 nm–Yttha–Stabilized Zirconia Particles During Pressure Filtration 73Yoshihiro Hirata and Yosuke Tanaka

Colloidal Processing and Sintering of Nano–Zr02 Powders Using Polyethylenimine (PEI) 85Yuji Hotta, Cihangir Duran, Kimiyasu Sato, and Koji Watari

Importance of Primary Powder Selection in Aerosol Deposition of Aluminum Nitride 95Atsushi Iwata and Jun Akedo

Preparation of 3D Colloidal Sphere Arrays Using Barium Titanate Fine Particles and Their Dielectric Properties 105Satoshi Wada, Hiroaki Yasuno, Aki Yazawa, Takuya Hoshina, Hirofumi Kakemoto, and Takaaki Tsurumi

Sintering and Properties

Sintering and Mechanical Properties of SiC Using Nanometer–Size Powder 117Nobuhiro Hidaka and Yoshihiro Hirata

Mechanical Properties of Ce–Doped Zirconia Ceramics Sintered at Low Temperature 129Michihito Muroi and Geoff Trotter

Using Master Curve Model on the Sintering of Nanocrystalline Titania 141Mao–Hua Teng and Mong–Hsia Chen

Mechanical Properties and Hardness of Advanced Superhard Nanocrystalline Films and Nanomaterials 151Murli H. Manghnani, Pavel V. Zinin, Sergey N. Tkachev, Pavla Karvankova, and Stan Veprek

Nanocomposites and Nanostructures

Initial Investigation of Nano–TiC/Ni and TiC/NigAI Cermets for SOFC Interconnect Applications 163Hua Xie and Rasit Koc

Intra–Type Nanocomposites for Strengthened and Toughened Ceramic Materials 173Seong–min Choi, Sawao Honda, Shinobu Hashimoto, and Hideo Awaji

Periodic Nanovoid Structure in Glass Via Femtosecond Laser Irradiation 181Shingo Kanehira, Koji Fujita, Kazuyuki Hirao, Jinhai Si, and Jianrong Qiu

Materials Properties of Nano–Sized FeAIN Particles in Thin Films 191Yuandan Liu, R.E. Miller, Dingqiang Li, Qiquan Feng, W. Votava, Tao Zhang, L.N. Dunkleberger, X.W. Wang, R. Gray, T. Bibens, J. Heifer, K. Mooney, R. Nowak, and P. Lubitz

Preparation and Properties of Mullite–Based Iron Multi–Functional Nanocomposites 203Hao Wang, Weimin Wang, Zhengyi Fu, Tohru Sekino, and Koichi Niihara

Design of Nanohybrid Materials With Dual Functions 213Jin–Ho Choy

Single–Crystal SiC Nanotubes: Molecular–Dynamic Modeling of Structure and Thermal Behavior 227V.L. Bekenev, V.V. Kartuzov, and Y. Gogotsi

Vibrational Spectrum of a Diamond–Like Film on SiC Substrate 233V. Shevchenko, Y. Gogotsi, and E. Kartuzov

Author Index 237

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Kevin G. Ewsuk is a Principal Member of the Technical Staff in the Ceramic Processing and Inorganic Materials Department (1815) at Sandia National Laboratories, where he is responsible for ceramic processing and process modeling R&D, advanced composite processing and characterization, and characterizing and modeling powder compaction and sintering. From 1985–1990, he was a technical staff member in the Central Research and Development Department at E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Inc. Kevin received his Ph. D. and M. S. degrees in Ceramic Science from the Pennsylvania State University, and his BS degree in Ceramic Engineering from Alfred University. Kevin′s research interests are in powder processing, process characterization, and sintering science and technology. He is currently the lead principal investigator of a major R&D program at Sandia Labs to characterize and model sintering. Kevin has published more than 90 technical papers, including invited chapters on ceramic processing for the Kirk–Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, the Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry, and the Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology. He was Guest Editor of the December 1997 MRS Bulletin on Compaction Science and Technology, and he has edited one book. Kevin holds one patent. He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS), a member of the Basic Science Division of the ACerS, and a member of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS).

Dr. Yury Gogotsi is Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also holds appointments in the Departments of Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering at Drexel University and serves as Director of the A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute and Associate Dean of the College of Engineering. He received his MS (1984) and PhD (1986) degrees from Kiev Polytechnic and a DSc degree from the Institute of Materials Science, Ukrainian Academy of Science, in 1995.
His research group works on carbon nanotubes, nanoporous carbide–derived carbons, and nanofluidics. He has also contributed to the areas of structural ceramics, corrosion of ceramic materials, and pressure–induced phase transformations, creating a new research field called High Pressure Surface Science and Engineering. He has co–authored two books, edited nine books, obtained more than 20 patents and authored about 200 journal papers and a dozen of book chapters. He has advised a large number of MS, PhD and post–doctoral students at Drexel University and University of Illinois at Chicago. Gogotsi has received several awards for his research including I.N. Frantsevich Prize from the Ukrainian Academy of Science, S. Somiya Award from the International Union of Materials Research Societies, G.C. Kuczynski Prize from the International Institute for the Science of Sintering, and Roland B. Snow Award from the American Ceramic Society (twice). He has been elected a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society, Academician of the World Academy of Ceramics, and Full Member of the International Institute for the Science of Sintering.

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