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Technology of Ceramics

Credits 7
Hours per week 4 / 1 / 0
Examination Ex
Study Language English
Level Master subject
Guarantor prof. Dr. Dipl. Min. Willi Pabst

Summary

This course provides a comprehensive overview of ceramic science and technology. In the first, general, part a survey is given on raw materials, ceramic technology as a whole as well as the microstructure and properties of ceramics. In the second, special, part the main groups of ceramic materials are treated from the chemical viewpoint (oxide, non-oxide and silicate ceramics) and from the viewpoint of microstructure and applications (refractories, porous and cellular, functional, bio- and nanomaterials).

Syllabus

1. Raw materials and their characterization
2. Shaping
3. Drying and binder removal
4. Firing and sintering
5. Microstructure and properties
6. Silicate ceramics
7. Refractories
8. Oxide ceramics
9. Non-oxide ceramics
10. Ceramic composites and functionally graded materials
11. Porous and cellular ceramics
12. Functional ceramics
13. Bioceramics and biomimetic processing
14. Nanomaterials and nanotechnology

Literature

R - Kingery W.D., Bowen H.K., Uhlmann D.R.: Introduction to Ceramics (second edition). Wiley, New York 1976 (ISBN 0-471-47860-1).
R - Rahaman M. N.: Ceramic Processing and Sintering (second edition). Marcel Dekker, New York 2003. (ISBN 0-8247-0988-8).
R - Brook R. J. (ed.): Processing of Ceramics (= vols. 17a and 17b of Cahn R. W., Haasen P., Kramer E. J.: Materials Science and Technology). Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2005. (ISBN 978-3-527-31395-2).
R - Lee W.E., Rainforth W.M.: Ceramic Microstructures � Property Control by Processing. Chapman & Hall, London 1994. (ISBN 0-412-43140-8).
R - Swain M. (ed.): Structure and Properties of Ceramics (= vol. 11 of Cahn R. W., Haasen P., Kramer E. J.: Materials Science and Technology). Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2005. (ISBN 978-3-527-31395-2).
R - Richerson D. W.: Modern Ceramic Engineering (third edition). CRC Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton 2006. (ISBN 1-57444-693-2).
A - Green D.J.: An Introduction to the Mechanical Properties of Ceramics. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge 1998. (ISBN 0-521-59913-X).
A - Pabst W., Gregorová E.: Effective elastic moduli of alumina, zirconia and alumina-zirconia composite ceramics, pp. 31-100 in Caruta B.M. (ed.): Ceramics and Composite Materials - New Research. Nova Science, New York 2006. (ISBN 1-59454-370-4).
A - Pabst W., Gregorová E.: Effective thermal and thermoelastic properties of alumina, zirconia and alumina-zirconia composite ceramics, pp. 77-138 in Caruta B.M. (ed.): New Developments in Materials Science Research. Nova Science, New York 2007. (ISBN 1-59454-854-4).
A - Pabst W., Hostaša J.: Thermal conductivity of ceramics - from monolithic to multiphase, from dense to porous, from micro to nano, pp. 1-112 in Wythers M.C. (ed.): Advances in Materials Science Research. Nova Science, New York 2011. (ISBN 978-1-61209-821-0).

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