Ceramics - Processing, Reliability, Tribology and Wear, Volume 12

Ceramics - Processing, Reliability, Tribology and Wear, Volume 12

Editor(s): G. Müller

Published Online: 27 APR 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527301942

Online ISBN: 9783527607297

DOI: 10.1002/3527607293

About this Book

Today the development of technical ceramics is mostly oriented towards a better control of the microstructure and resulting properties of these materials. New forms of powders and microstructures are developed to enable the usage of ceramics in new application areas.
This goal may be reached by producing accurately reproducible reactive powders, development of adapted sintering processes, and by introducing new forms of composites. In addition, new methods offer new opportunities for materials development.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Ceramics Processing

    1. Rapid Manufacturing of Ceramic Microcomponents (pages 75–80)

      Regina Knitter, Werner Bauer, Britta Linner-Krc̆mar and Edgar Hansjosten

    2. Pressure Casting of SiC Suspensions (pages 81–86)

      Holger von Both, Matthias Thommes, Rainer Oberacker and Michael J. Hoffmann

    3. Microstructure of Sinters Produced from Al-Ni-Al2O3 Composite Powders (pages 94–98)

      Anita Olszówka-Myalska, Bolesław Formanek, Adolf Maciejny and Krzysztof Szopiński

    4. Micro Powder Injection Molding (pages 156–160)

      Volker Piotter, Tobias Benzler, Thomas Gietzelt, Robert Ruprecht and Jürgen Haußelt

    5. Processing of Mullite Ceramics Using Fly Ash and Alumina (pages 184–188)

      N. Quaranta, S. Camelli, M. Caligaris, E. Benavidez, R. Caligaris, A. R. Boccaccini and H. Kern

    6. Development of Advanced High-Temperature Vacuum Furnaces (pages 252–255)

      Gerhard Rothlauf, Vitaliy Petrovich Grictenko, Vladimir Dmitrievich Karpenko, Sergey Aleksandrjvich Uvarov, Vadim Arkadievich Borkovskih and Natalia Nikolaevna Borkovskih

  2. Part II: Ceramics Processing at Low Temperatures

  3. Part III: Reliability

    1. Reliability of Ceramic Valve Plates for Common-Rail Injection Pumps (pages 331–342)

      R. Speicher, G. A. Schneider, W. Dreßler, G. Lindemann, H. Böder and V. Knoblauch

  4. Part IV: Tribology and Wear

    1. Dynamic Friction of Carbon-Ceramic Couples (pages 474–479)

      P. Vantomme, P. Deprez, J. F. Coutouly, A. Deffontaine, A. Placet and D. Gaillot

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