Porosity of ceramics : properties and applications /

Focuses on the effects of porosity and microcracking on the physical properties of ceramics, particularly nominally single phase ceramics. The book elucidates the fundamental interrelationships determining the development and use of materials for actual and potential engineering needs. It aims to he...

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Main Author: Rice, Roy Warren, 1934- (Author)
Corporate Author: CRC Press.
Format: Taylor Francis eBooks
Language:English
Published: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 1998.
Edition:First edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • chapter 1 Overview: Porosity (and Microcrack) Dependence of Properties /
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  • chapter 2 Evaluation of the Porosity Dependence of Properties /
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  • chapter 3 Porosity and Microcrack Dependence of Elastic Properties at Low to Moderate Temperatures /
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  • chapter 4 Porosity and Microcrack Dependence of Fracture Energy and Toughness and Related Crack Propagation at 22°C /
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  • chapter 5 Porosity Effects on Tensile Strength (and Reliability) at Low to Moderate Temperatures /
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  • chapter 6 Porosity Dependence of Hardness, Compressive Strength, Wear, and Related Behavior At 22°C /
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  • chapter 7 The Porosity and Microcrack Dependence of Thermal and Electrical Conductivities and Other Nonmechanical Properties /
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  • chapter 8 Porosity and Microcrack Dependence of Mechanical Properties of Ceramic Composites, Other Ceramics, and Other Materials at 22°C /
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  • chapter 9 Porosity and Microcrack Effects on Thermal Stress and Shock Fracture and Properties at Elevated Temperatures /
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  • chapter 10 Summary of Porosity and Microcracking Effects, Applications, Special Fabrication, and Engineering /
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