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Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies V. Ceramic Transactions Series

  • ID: 3873594
  • Book
  • 254 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This proceedings volume contains a collection of 20 papers from the following symposia held during the 2015 Materials Science and Technology (MS&T ′15) meeting:

  • 7th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing Processing
  • Materials for Nuclear Applications and Extreme Environments
  • Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management in the 21st Century
  • Nanotechnology for Energy, Healthcare and Industry
  • Materials for Processes for CO2 Capture, Conversion and Sequestration
  • Hybrid Organic – Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy
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Preface ix

GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATERIALS MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

"Commonization" of Materials: Guilty by Association 3Marsha S. Bischel, Amy A. Costello, and Tawnya R. Hultgren

Experimental Research and Application of Copper Oxide Flotation using the Combined Collectors of Benzohydroxamic Acid and Butyl Xanthate 13Daixiong Chen, Jun Xiao, Chunming He, and Xiaodong Li

Investigation of the Microstructural Evolution between Pellet and Sinter under the Conditions of an Oxygen Blast Furnace 27Wentao Guo, Qingguo Xue, Long Chen, Yingli Liu, Xuefeng She, and Jingsong Wang

Novel Engineered Cementitious Materials by using Class C Fly Ash as a Cementitious Phase 35M. F. Riyad, M. Fuka, R. Lofthus, Q. Li, N. M. Patel, and S. Gupta

Effects of Composition Changes on the Sintering Properties of Novel Steel Slag Ceramics 45Lihua Zhao, Yu Li, Feng Jiang, and Daqiang Cang

Efficiency Gains in Powertrain Components by Molybdenum–Alloyed Special Steels 53Hardy Mohrbacher

Niobium Carbide—An Innovative and Sustainable High–Performance Material for Tooling, Friction and Wear Applications 67Hardy Mohrbacher, Mathias Woydt, Jef Vleugels, and Shuigen Huang

MATERIALS FOR NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS AND EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

Microstructure of Yttria Doped Ceria as a Function of Oxalate Co–Precipitation Synthesis Conditions 83Laurent Brissonneau, Aurore Mathieu, Brigitte Tormos, and Anna Martin–Garin

High Temperature Corrosion of Structural Alloys in Molten Li2BeF4 (FLiBe) Salt 93Guiqiu Zheng, David Carpenter, Lin–Wen Hu, and Kumar Sridharan

Crack Initiation due to Liquid Metal Embrittlement for the Steel T91 and Two ODS Steels in Liquid Lead 103L. Rozumová, F. Di Gabriele, A. Hojná, and H. Hadraba

NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, ELECTRONICS, AND INDUSTRY

Stabilization of Nano–Scale Nickel Electro–Catalysts at High Temperature 115David R. Driscoll and Stephen W. Sofie

Nanotechnology Advancements and Applications 125Stephen Miranda

The Sensing Properties of Fuzzy Carbon Nanotube Based Silica Fibers 139M. Radeti , P. Cortes, G. Kubas, Jim Cook, Ravi Chandra Reddy Gade, and T. Oder

Nanomodified Low–Cost Biological Material for the Removal of Heavy Metal Ions 147L. Rozumová, J. Seidlerova, and I. Safarik

MATERIALS ISSUES IN NUCLEAR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Effects of Al2O3, B2O3, Li2O, Na2O, and SiO2 on Nepheline Crystallization in Hanford High Level Waste Glasses 161Jared O. Kroll, John D. Vienna, and Michael J. Schweiger

Evolution of Repository, Container, Waste Form Characterization and Design at the Proposed US Disposal System in Volcanic Tuff 171Rob P. Rechard

Effect of Hydration Heat on Iodine Distriution in Gypsum–Additive Calcium Aluminate Cement 185Tomofumi Sakuragi, Yu Yamashita, and Shigeto Kikuchi

MATERIALS AND PROCESSES FOR CO2 CAPTURE, CONVERSION, AND SEQUESTRATION

Porphyrin–Based Chemistry for Carbon Capture and Sequestration 201Lawrence P. Cook, Winnie Wong–Ng, and Greg Brewer

Thermal Stability of Novel Multilayer Lanthanum Zirconate Based Thermal Barrier Coatings 223Xingye Guo, Zhe Lu, Yeon–Gil Jung, Li Li, James Knapp, and Jing Zhang

HYBRID ORGANIC–INORGANIC MATERIALS FOR ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

Electrochemical Properties of Melting Gel Coatings 235L. C. Klein, A. Degnah, K. Al–Marzoki, G. Rodriguez, A. Jitianu, J. Mosa, and M. Aparicio

Author Index 243

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Raghunath Kanakala
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Navin Jose Manjooran
Gary Pickrell
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