Advanced Processing and Manufacturing Technologies for Structural and Multifunctional Materials IV. Volume 31, Issue 8. Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings

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  • 260 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This issue contains 25 invited and contributed papers, all peer reviewed according to the American Ceramic Society Review Process. The latest developments in processing and manufacturing technologies are covered, including green manufacturing, smart processing, advanced composite manufacturing, rapid processing, joining, machining, and net shape forming technologies.  These papers discuss the most important aspects necessary for understanding and further development of processing and manufacturing of ceramic materials and systems.
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Preface ix

Introduction xi

GREEN MANUFACTURING AND SMART PROCESSING

Securing the Supply of Precious and Special Metals The Need of Closing the Loop 3Christian Hagelüken

Mechanical Properties of Cr–Si–N–0 Thin Films Deposited by RF Reactive Unbalanced Magnetron Sputtering 15Jun Shirahata, Tetsutaro Ohori, Hiroki Asami, Tsuneo Suzuki,Tadachika Nakayama, Hisayuki Suematsu, and Koichi Niihara

Room–Temperature Deposition and Magneto–Optical Properties of Transparent Cobalt/Lead Zirconate Titanate (PZT) Nanocomposite Films by Aerosol DepositionJae–Hyuk Park and Jun Akedo

Influence of Dispersant on Rheology of Zirconia–Paraffin Feedstocks and Mechanical Properties of Micro Parts Fabricated via LPIM 31Fatih A. Cetinel, Marcus Müller, Joachim Rogner, Werner Bauer, and Jürgen Hausselt

ADVANCED COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING

Fiber–Reinforced Ceramic Matrix Composites Processed by a Hybrid Process Based on Chemical Vapor Infiltration, Slurry Impregnation and Spark Plasma Sintering 47Jerome Magnant, Rene Pailler, Yann Le Petitcorps, Laurence Maille, Alain Guette, Jimmy Marine, and Eric Philippe

Manufacturing of the CMC Nose Cap for the Expert Spacecraft 59Christian Zuber, Thomas Reimer, Kornelia Stubicar, Bernhard Heidenreich, and Hermann Hald

The Nature of Silicon Carbide Phases Developed from Different Carbonaceous Sources and Its Impact on the Microstructure of C/C–SiC Composites 73Andrew Leatherbarrow and Houzheng Wu

Shaping Radiation Curable Colloidal Dispersions From Polymer/Ceramic Fibers and Microspheres to Gradient Porosity Ceramic Bulk Materials 85Yoram de Hazan, Maciek Wozniak, Judit Heinecke, Gregor Müller, Veronika Märkl, and Thomas Graule

Melt–Infiltration Processing of Titanium Carbide–Stainless Steel Cermets 97Tyler Stewart, R. Bradley Collier, Zoheir N. Farhat, Georges J. Kipouros, and Kevin P. Plucknett

Oxidation Behavior of Zirconium Diboride–Silicon Carbide Composites 105Ipek Akin, Filiz Cinar Sahin, Onuralp Yucel, and Gultekin Goller

RAPID PROCESSING

Nano–Crystalline Yttria Samaria Codoped Zirconia: Comparison of Electrical Conductivity of Microwave and Conventionally Sintered Samples 115Soumyajit Koley, Abhijit Ghosh, Ashok Kumar Sahu, and Ashok Kumar Suri

Spark Plasma Sintering (FAST/SPS) of Novel Materials Taking the Next Step Forward to Industrial Production 127H. U. Kessel, J. Hennicke, R. Kirchner, andT. Kessel

Rapid Manufacturing of Ceramic Parts by Selective Laser Melting 137Jan Wilkes, Yves–Christian Hagedorn, Sörn Ocylok, Wilhelm Meiners, and Konrad Wissenbach

JOINING AND MACHINING

Active Metal Brazing and Characterization of Brazed Joints between Silicon Carbide and Metallic Systems 151Bryan P. Coddington, Rajiv Asthana, Michael C. Halbig, and Mrityunjay Singh

Joining of Silicon Nitride with Glass or Powder under Mechanical Pressure 163Naoki Kondo, Hideki Hyuga, Takaaki Nagaoka, and Hideki Kita

Fabrication of Thermodynamic Crystals by Structural Joining 169Soshu Kirihara, Yasunori Uehara, and Youhei Takinami

Effect of Various Factors on Interface Formation in Magnetic Pressure Seam Welding 175Hisashi Serizawa, Isao Shibahara, Sherif Rashed, Hidekazu Murakawa, and Shinji Kumai

Production Environment Laser Assisted Machining of Silicon Nitride 183Federico Sciammarella, Joe Santner, Jeff Staes, Richard Roberts, Frank Pfefferkorn, Stephen T. Gonczy, Stefan Kyselica, and Ricardo Deleon

NET SHAPE FORMING

Gelcasting of High Performance Carbide Ceramics with Larger Size/Complex Shape 197Dongliang Jiang

Processing of Complex–Shaped Micro Parts by Reaction–Bonding and Sintering of Silicon Nitride 213M. Müller, W. Bauer, R. Knitter, and J. Rogner

Thermoplastic Ceramic Injection Molding of Zirconia Toughened Alumina Components 223F. Kern, M. Abou El–Ezz, and R. Gadow

Fabrication of Alumina Dental Crown Model with Biomimetic Structure by Using Stereolithography 239Mitsuyori Suwa, Soshu Kirihara, and Taiji Sohmura

Author Index 247

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Tatsuki Ohji is a Prime Senior Research Scientist of National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and a Designated Professor in the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Meijo University, Japan. He has authored or coauthored more than 330 peer–reviewed papers and 12 book chapters, edited 30 book volumes, chaired or co–chaired more than 30 international conferences and symposia, and hold more than 40 patents. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Ceramic Society and ASM International, and Academician of the World Academy of Ceramics, he has received numerous awards including ECD Bridge Building Award of the American Ceramic Society, Academic Achievement Award of the Ceramic Society of Japan, IIM Lectureship Award of ASM International, Lee Hsun Lecture Award of IMR Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Distinguished Research Achievement Award of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy.

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