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Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano-micro-, and Macro-particulate Systemsby Wei-heng (edt) Shih
Synopses & Reviews
Colloidal processing has always been a major processing method. It facilitates control of particle interactions through a wide variety of schemes, which include surface coating, dispersion additives, and solvent control, among others. Controlling particle interactions also permits better resultant rheology and controlled green microstructures via a wide range of forming methods. In recent years, the particle size involved has been broadened into both the nanometer and the larger than micrometer ranges. This book covers fundamental issues encountered in colloidal processing nano-(less than 0.1 micron), micro-(from 0.1 to 5 micron) and macro-(larger than 5 micron) particulate systems and at the same time explore applications for these developments.
Book News Annotation:
Papers from an April 2003 symposium summarize recent developments in colloidal ceramic processing and cover a broad range of subjects, including nano-, micro-, and macro-particulate systems. Some subjects examined are aqueous processing of WC-Co powders, colloidal processing of SiC with 700 MPa of flexural strength, adsorption of poly(acrylic acid) on commercial ball clay, analysis of thickness control variables in tape casting, and dispersability of nanometer-sized ceria particles. Other subjects are micromechanical testing of two- dimensional aggregated colloids, rheology of ceramic slurries for electro-deposition in rapid prototyping applications, and analysis of action mechanisms of anionic polymer dispersant.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Table of Contents
Dispersibility of Nanometer-Sized Ceria Particles (Y. Hirata, H. Takahashi, H. Shimazu and S. Sameshima)
Glass-Ceramic Thin Films by Sol-Gel Process for Electronic Application (K. Saegusa).
Preparation of Highly Dispersed Ultra-Fine Barium Titanate Powder by Using Acrylic Oligomer with High Density of Hydrophilic Group (Y. Yonemochi, Y. Iida, K. Ogino, H. Kamiya, K. Gomi and K. Tanaka).
The Thermal Stability and Structural Properties Evolution of Cured and Non-Cured ZrO2 and ZrO2-SiO2 Powders (Q. Zhao, W.Y. Shih and W.Y.-H. Shih).
Microporous Silica Modified with Alumina as CO2/N2 Separators (T. Patil, Q. Zhao, R. Mutharasan, W. Shih and W.-H. Shih).
Study of Mechanism of Pyrochlore-Free PMN-PT Powder using a Coated Method (H. Gu, W. Shih and W.-H. Shih)
Micromechanical Testing of Two-Dimensional Aggregated Colloids (S. Promkotra and K.T. Miller).
Rheology of Ceramic Slurries for Electro-Deposition in Rapid Prototyping Applications (N. Manjooran, S. Lee, G. Pyrgiotakis and W. Sigmund).
Analysis of Action Mechanism of Anionic Polymer Dispersant with Different Molecular Structure in Dense Ceramic Suspension by using Colloidal Probe AFM (H. Kamiya, S. Matsui and T. Kakui).
Aqueous Processing of WC-Co Powders: Suspension Preparation and Granule Properties (K.M. Andersson and L. Bergstrom).
Colloidal Processing and Liquid Phase Sintering of SiC-Al2O3-Y3+ Ions System (N. Hidaka and Y. Hirata).
Colloidal Processing of SiC with 700 MPa of Flexural Strength (S. Tabata and Y. Hirata).
Adsorption of Poly(acrylic acid) on Commercial Ball Clay (U. Kim, B. Schulz and W. Carty).
Analysis of Thickness Control Variables in Tape Casting Part II: The Effect of Blade Gap (M. Gifford, E. Twiname and R. Mistler).
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