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Mechanical and thermal properties of ceramics

Mechanical and thermal properties of ceramics

proceedings of a symposium held at Gaithersburg, Maryland, April 1-2, 1968

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington D.C .
Written in English


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Statementedited by J.B.Wachtman, Jr..
SeriesSpecial Publications / National Bureau of Standards -- 303
ContributionsWachtman, J. B., 1928-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14179307M

This book presents a comprehensive review, evaluation, and summary of the dependence of mechanical properties on grain and particle parameters of monolithic ceramics and ceramic composites. Emphasizing the critical link between fabrication and ceramic performance, the book covers the grain dependenc. While maintaining the first edition's reputation for being an indispensable professional resource, this new edition has been updated with sketches, explanations, figures, tables, summaries, and problem sets to make it more student-friendly as a textbook in undergraduate and graduate courses on the mechanical properties of ceramics. Introduction to Materials Science, Chap Structure and Properties of Ceramics University of Tennessee, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering 20 ¾Has diamond-cubic structure (like Si, Ge) ¾One of the strongest/hardest material known ¾High thermal conductivity (unlike ceramics) ¾Transparent in the visible and infrared, with high index.


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Or, in other words, mechanical properties are those properties which are associated with its ability to resist failure and other behavior under the action of external forces.