Advances in materials science research. Volume 26 /

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Imprint:New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2016.
Description:1 online resource.
Subject:Materials science -- Research.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Engineering (General)
Materials science -- Research.
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Other authors / contributors:Wythers, Maryann C., editor.
Notes:Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 25, 2016).
Table of Contents:
  • Preface; Chapter 1; Advantages for Optical Applications with Transparent Polycrystalline Ceramic Materials; 1Fraunhofer IKTS, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems, Hermsdorf, Germany; 2Fraunhofer IOF, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, Jena, Germany; 3Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Otto Schott Institute for Materials Research, Jena, Germany; Abstract; Introduction; Comparison of the Material Properties of Transparent Hard Materials; Previous Developments and Applications of Transparent Ceramic (Polycrystalline) Materials
  • Basic Conditions for Promising Applications of Transparent High Performance Ceramics (Transparent Polycrystalline Hard Materials)Transparent High Performance Ceramics: Remarkable Material Characteristics/Combinations of Material Characteristics in Comparison to Monocrystalline Materials; Experimental Investigations; Mechanical Machinability and Surface Quality; High Temperature Effects on Geometrical Features and Optical Material Characteristics of Polycrystalline Spinel Parts; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 2; K0.5Na0.5NbO3-Based Lead-Free Transparent Ceramics
  • AbstractIntroduction; Hot-Press Sintered KNNLB-x Transparent Ceramics; Pressureless Sintered KNNLB-x Transparent Ceramics; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 3; Ultraviolet Photodetectors Based on Transition Metal Oxides; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Figures of Merit; 3. Growth Methods; a. Sputtering; b. Molecular Beam Epitaxy; c. Pulsed Laser Deposition; d. Chemical Vapor Deposition; e. Sol-Gel; 4. Device Configuration; a. Photoconductor; b. Schottky Photodiode; c. MSM; d. p-n Junction; d.1. p-n Homojunction; d.2. p-n Heterojunction; Conclusion; References
  • Biographical SketchesChapter 4; Applications of Infrared Thermography to the Analysis of Steel Welded Junctions; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Superficial Crack Detection and Characterization; 2.1. Temperature-Based Crack Detection and Characterization; 2.2. Isotherm Processing for Crack Detection; 2.3. Cooling Rate-Based Crack Detection; 3. Measurement of Surface Cracks; 3.1. Two-Dimensional Measurements and Characterization of the Crack; 3.2. Three-Dimensional Information: Depth Prediction Model; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5; Review of Recent Studies on Suspension Plasma Sprayed
  • ZrO2 CoatingsAbstract; The Role of Powders in Formulation of Suspensions Used to Spray; The Use of Liquid Precursors to Obtain Nanostructures; Suspension Preparation; Solid Powder Preparation; Fraction of Solid; Solvent; Chemical Agents; Injection of Suspension; Continuous Stream Injection vs Atomization; Radial vs Axial Injection; External vs Internal Injection; Plasma Torches and Spray Process; Operational Spray Parameters; Stabilized Zirconia and Its Properties; Coatings' Microstructure; Morphology; Build-Up Mechanisms; Selected Applications of SPS Zirconia Coatings
  • TBC
  • Thermal Barrier Coatings