5 edition of Grain Boundary Engineering of Electronic Ceramics found in the catalog.
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|Contributions||Robert Freer (Editor), Jan Van Herle (Editor), Jan Petzelt (Editor), Colin Leach (Editor)|
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Sintering is categorized in the synthesis/processing element among the four basic elements of materials science and engineering. It is a processing technique employed to produce density-controlled materials and components from metal or/and ceramic powders by applying thermal energy. the microstructure is determined by the grain boundary. Transition element dopants (e.g., Y, La) are commonly used as sintering aids in polycrystalline alumina ceramics, which segregate to the grain boundaries and control the grain‐boundary mobility. However, due to the extremely thin (grain boundaries Cited by: 5.
Get this from a library! Grain boundary engineering in ceramics--from grain boundary phenomena to grain boundary quantum structures: proceedings of the Grain Boundary Engineering in Ceramics--From Grain Boundary Phenomena to Grain Boundary Quantum Structures Japan Fine Ceramics Center Workshop, March , , in Nagoya, Japan. [T . 2 days ago The rapid increase of PCE in MHP solar cells during the past few years relies largely on the grain boundary (GB) engineering of the polycrystalline thin .
Study of Grain Boundary Structure of Ceramics by Electron Backscattered Diffraction (EBSD) Analyses Y. Yasutomi Research and Development Laboratory, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, 2‐4‐1, Mutsuno, Atsuta‐ku, Nagoya, JAPANAuthor: Y. Yasutomi, Y. Sakaida, Y. Sawai, Y. Ikuhara, T. Yamamoto. The workshop on 'Bonding, Structure and Mechanical Properties of Metal/Ceramic Interfaces' was held in January within the Acta/Scripta Metallurgica conference series. It drew together an international collection of 70 scientists who discussed a wide range of issues related to metal-ceramic interfaces.
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This book contains the proceedings of COST 'Advanced Electroceramics - Grain Boundary Engineering', the main objective of which is to understand the role played by grain boundaries in controlling the manufacture, microstructure and properties of electronic : Hardcover.
One of the key technologies needed to understand and develop the mechanical and electrical properties of ceramics is the field of grain boundary engineering.
This book covers new developments in this important field and addresses topics from grain boundary phenomena to grain boundary quantum structures, including the development of new Format: Hardcover.
Studying material properties from their geometrical measurements, The Measurement of Grain Boundary Geometry provides a framework for a specialized application of electron microscopy for metals and alloys and, by extension, for ceramics, minerals, and by: Grain Boundary Engineering of Electronic Ceramics COST COST Working Groups 1 January • Portoroz, Slovenia.
The electronic structure of the Σ31 bicrystal revealed significant narrowing of the band gap to approximately 60% of that for a single crystal (E g B = eV). Figure shows the effect of P O2 on the Fermi levels and formation energies of oxygen and aluminum vacancies at K for relative band gaps of and eV compared to that for Author: Satoshi Kitaoka, Tsuneaki Matsudaira, Takafumi Ogawa, Naoya Shibata, Miyuki Takeuchi, Yuichi Ikuhara.
The book presents an overview of the developments in the theory of grain boundary geometry and its practical applications in material engineering. It also covers the tunneling electron microscope (TEM), experimental aspects of data collection, data processing, and examples from actual by: Selected papers presented at the International Workshop on Fine Ceram Materials Processing and Design through Better Control of Grain Boundaries: Emphasizing Fine Ceramics, held in Nagoya, Japan, March Abstract.
This paper reviews the importance of grain boundaries in controlling the properties of a wide variety of ceramic materials. It includes results of original research in the effect of grain boundaries on the ductility of cubic ionic solids as a function of crystallographic orientation through the use of optical birefringence Cited by: 2.
Grain boundary engineering is a promising approach to improving the bulk properties of materials and has been studied extensively after computer assisted EBSD (Electron Backscatter Diffraction) was developed over the period of to As a new characterization technique to investigate micro-mechanisms.
A brief introduction of the historical background of grain boundary engineering for structural and functional polycrystalline materials is presented herewith.
It has been emphasized that the accumulation of fundamental knowledge about the structure and properties of grain boundaries and interfaces has been extensively done by many researchers during Cited by: Grain Boundary Engineering of Alumina.
Ceramics. diffusion of both oxygen and aluminum along the grain boundaries (GBs) in 11 Grain Boundary Engineering of Alumina Ceramics. We will review various strategies for doing Grain Boundary Engineering and give examples of the use of these strategies in the development of hot pressed silicon nitride.
Research needs for further development of Grain Boundary Engineering (GBE) in non-oxide systems are by: 5. The Journal encourages discussion of resultant trends concerning silicon-electroceramic integration, nanotechnology, ceramic-polymer composites, grain boundary and defect engineering and more.
The Journal of Electroceramics publishes original research papers on both scientific and technical aspects of electroceramics. Mechanically flexible films of the highly crystalline core-cyanated perylenediimide (PDIF-CN2) molecular semiconductor are achieved via a novel grain boundary plasticization strategy in which a specially designed polymeric binder (PB) is used to connect crystallites at the grain boundaries.
The new PB has a naphthalenediimide-dithiophene π-conjugated backbone end Author: Dan Zhao, Dan Zhao, Jianhua Chen, Jianhua Chen, Binghao Wang, Gang Wang, Zhihua Chen, Junsheng Yu, X. Grain boundary complexion engineering is introduced in this paper as a method for controlling complexion transitions to improve material performance.
This International Conference on Sintering lecture describes the tools for grain boundary complexion engineering: complexion equilibrium and time‐temperature‐transformation (TTT) by: 6.
The general approach of the book has two main goals: to lead the reader from the concept of ‘ideal’ to ‘real’ grain boundaries; to depart from established knowledge and address the opportunities emerging through "grain boundary engineering", the control of morphological and crystallographic features that affect material properties.
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Vivekanand Kain, in Functional Materials, Grain Boundary Engineering. Grain boundary engineering has also been used to improve the resistance of stainless steels (and nickel-based alloys) to sensitization and IGC. One method is to improve the fraction of special (low-angle) grain boundaries .This is done by thermo-mechanical processing.
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Price: Permissions: Request Permissions Share:Cited by: 6. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Grain Boundary Phenomena in Electronic Ceramics held at Chicago, Ill., Apr.during the 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society.
Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: Advances in ceramics, v. Responsibility. tures is a grain-boundary-controlled process (Refs. ). This diffusion, of course, is important to applications of ceramic materials, as it then controls mass and charge transport.
In addition, such properties as hardness and chemical stability are related to the existence of grain boundaries, since the grain boundary generally behavesFile Size: 1MB.Description: This book contains the proceedings of COST Advanced Electroceramics - Grain boundry engineering, the main objective of which is to understand the role played by grain boundries in controlling the manufacture, microstructure and properties of electronic ceramics.The Role of Grain Boundaries and Surfaces in Ceramics Proceedings of the Conference held November 16–18, at North Carolina State University at Raleigh.
Authors: Kriegel, W. Wurth, Palmour, Hayne III, North Carolina, NA Free Preview.