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By Franklin F. Y. Wang

Treatise on fabrics technology and know-how, quantity nine: Ceramic Fabrication methods covers the elemental homes and characterization of fabrics, starting from uncomplicated solids to complicated heterophase structures. The booklet discusses the powder instruction strategies; milling; the characterization of ceramic powders; and the consequences of powder features. The textual content additionally describes dry urgent; scorching urgent; isostatic urgent; slip casting; doctor-blade procedure; firing; and ceramic machining and floor completing. floor remedies; mechanical habit; and techniques of measuring floor texture also are thought of. The e-book additional tackles crystal progress in addition to managed solidification in ceramic eutectic platforms. The textual content additionally appears to be like into managed grain progress. specialist scientists and engineers, in addition to graduate scholars in fabrics technological know-how and linked fields will locate the booklet important.

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