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

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  • 236 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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An excellent one–volume resource for understanding the most important current issues in the research and advances in materials science for environmental and energy technologies

This proceedings volume contains a collection of 20 papers from the 2016 Materials Science and Technology (MS&T′16) meeting held in Salt Lake City, UT, from October 24–27 of that year. These conference symposia provided a forum for scientists, engineers, and technologists to discuss and exchange state–of–the–art ideas, information, and technology on advanced methods and approaches for processing, synthesis, characterization, and applications of ceramics, glasses, and composites. 

Topics covered include: the 8th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing Processing; Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management in the 21st Century; Construction and Building Materials for a Better Environment; Materials for Nuclear Applications and Extreme Environments; Nanotechnology for Energy, Healthcare, and Industry; and Materials for Processes for CO2 Capture, Conversion and Sequestration.

  • Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into advances in materials science for environmental and energy technologies.
  • Incorporates the latest developments related to advances in materials science for environmental and energy technologies

Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies VI: Ceramic Transactions Volume 262 is ideal for academics in mechanical and chemical engineering, materials and or ceramics, chemistry departments and for those working in government laboratories.

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Preface ix

GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATERIALS MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

Titania Nanosheet Production by an Inexpensive Green Process 3Cody Cannon and Allen W. Apblett

Green Synthetic Method for Synthesis of Calcium Molybdate 15 Based on a Bimetallic ComplexAhmed Moneeb, Cory Perkins, Allen W. Apblett, Abdullah Al–Abdulrahman, and Abdulaziz Bagabas

Controlling Factors Aiming for High Performance SiC 27

Polycrystalline FiberToshihiro Ishikawa and Ryutaro Usukawa

Extrusion and Tape Casting Based Production of New 39

Lightweight Kiln Furniture with Non–Planar SurfaceUwe Scheithauer, Eric Schwarzer, Hans–Jürgen Richter, Tassilo Moritz, and Alexander Michaelis

Development of Stoneware Body Formulation Suitable For 51

Fast FiringC. S. Prasad and L. K. Sharma

Comparative Study on the Microstructure Evolution of Semicoke 5 9 and Lump Coal under High TemperatureRunsheng Xu, Wei Wang, Jianliang Zhang, Zhengliang Xue, Changgui Cheng, and Yun Zhou

Carbon Structure in Blast Furnace Dusts Characterized by 69

Raman Spectroscope and Its Links with Combustion ReactivityDi Zhao, Jianliang Zhang, Guangwei Wang, Runsheng Xu, Haiyang Wang, and Jianbo Zhong

CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT

Portland Cement Paste Blended with Pulverized Coconut 79

FibersHenry A. Colorado and Alexandra Loaiza

Mechanical Properties of Jute Fiber Reinforced Geopolymers 85Ana Carolina Constâncio Trindade, Himad Ahmed Alcamand, Paulo Henrique Ribeiro Borges, and Flávio de Andrade Silva

Calcium Aluminate Cements Subject to High Temperature 97John F. Zapata, Maryory Gomez, and Henry A. Colorado

Aggregate Optimization in Concrete using the Viterbo Method 107Edinson Murillo–Mosquera, Sergio Cifuentes, and Henry A. Colorado

MATERIALS ISSUES IN NUCLEAR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Xtractite: An Inorganic Ion–Exchange Material for Sorption of 121

RadionuclidesAllen W. Apblett, Nicholas Materer, Cory Perkins, Evgueni Kadossov, Shoaib Shaikh, and Hayden Hamby

Effect of Carbonate Concentration on the Dissolution Rates of 133

UO2 and Spent Fuel A ReviewAkira Kitamura and Kuniaki Akahori

Volumetrically–Stabilized Pyrochlore Waste form using 145

Co–DopingS. T. Locker, B. M. Clark, and S. K. Sundaram

Integrated Research Program Overview on the Innovative 151

Approaches to Marine Atmospheric Stress Corrosion Cracking Inspection, Evaluation and Modeling in Used–Fuel Dry Storage Canisters"Z. Shayer, Z. Yu, D. L. Olson, S. Liu, S. Gordon, X. Wu, K. L. Murty, N. Kumar, D. Kaoumi, B. Anderson, M. Remillieus, T. J. Ulrich, C. Bryan, D. Enos, J. D. Almer, J. R. Johns, and D. Lewis

SCC Detection and Life Prediction for Nuclear Waste Management 165

using PGAA and NAAZeev Shayer and Jason Brookman

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MATERIALS FOR NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS AND EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

Reducing Risks in Nuclear Power Plants Operation by using 181

FeCrAl Alloys as Fuel CladdingR. B. Rebak, K. A. Terrani, William Gassmann, John Williams, R. M. Fawcett, and R. E. Stachowski

Annular Accident Tolerant Fuel with Discs and Rod Inserts 195Robert D. Mariani, Pavel Medvedev, and Douglas L. Porter

NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, ELECTRONICS, AND INDUSTRY

Nanocarbon–Infused Metals: A New Class of Covetic Materials for 207

Energy ApplicationsU. (Balu) Balachandran, B. Ma, S. E. Dorris, R. E. Koritala, and D. R. Forrest

MATERIALS AND PROCESSES FOR CO2 CAPTURE, CONVERSION, AND SEQUESTRATION

The Study of Catalysts Based on Intermetallic NiAl Alloys 221Karina Belokon and Yuriy Belokon

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Edited By:Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Matyá , Henry Colorado, Raghunath Kanakala, Navin Jose Manjooran, and Gary Pickrell
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