4 edition of Fine ceramic fibers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony R. Bunsell, Marie-Hélène Berger.|
|Contributions||Bunsell, A. R., Berger, Marie-Hélène, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.C6 F55 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||99019119|
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Fine Ceramic Fibers - CRC Press Book Presents recent techniques for the manufacture, as well as research on the behaviour, of high-performance flexible ceramic fibres used to develop structural materials for applications up to very high temperatures, allowing the optimization of ceramic composites in jet engine components, heat exchang.
The production of fine ceramic fibers first requires an organic or mineral precursor fiber, which is then heat-treated and pyrolyzed for a very short time. Ceramic fibers can be produced by chemical vapor deposition, melt drawing, spinning and extrusion. Compositions, structures and properties Non-oxide fibers (SiC-based).
Book Description. Presents recent techniques for the manufacture, as well as research on the behaviour, of high-performance flexible ceramic fibres used to develop structural materials for applications up to very high temperatures, allowing the optimization of ceramic composites in jet engine components, heat exchangers, refractory insulators and other components.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Fine ceramic fibers / Anthony R. Bunsell, Marie-Hélène Berger, and Anthony Kelly --Chemistry and manufacture of alumina and aluminosilicate fibers / Michael David Taylor --Properties and microstructures of small-diameter alumina-based fibers / Marie-Hélène Berger, Valérie.
Presents recent techniques for the manufacture, as well as research on the behaviour, of high-performance flexible ceramic fibres used to develop structural materials for applications up to very high temperatures, allowing the optimization of ceramic composites in jet engine components, heat exchangers, refractory insulators and other components.
Fine ceramic fibers. New York: Marcel Dekker, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A R Bunsell; Marie-Hélène Berger. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Fiber test Methods Silicon Carbide Based Fibers Other Non Oxide Fibers Alumina‐Based Fibers Other Oxide Fibers Conclusion Aknowledgments Fine Ceramic Fibers: From Microstructure to High Temperature Mechanical Behavior - Berger - - Ceramic Transactions Series - Wiley Online LibraryCited by: 6.
This book summarizes the historical viewpoint of polymer-derived ceramic fibers, basic information (production process, fine structures, physical properties, and so forth) about them, and their applications.
It also presents prospects of future inorganic : Toshihiro Ishikawa. There are two different types of silicon carbide fibers: substrate-based fibers and fine ceramic fibers.
Substrate-based fibers generally have a tungsten filament or a carbon filament as the substrate. Fine ceramic fibers are based on silicon carbide, have a diameter of around 15 μm, and are produced by the pyrolysis of a polycarbosilane Cited by: This book presents polymer-derived ceramic fibers from a historical viewpoint; basic information about them, such as production process, fine structures, and physical properties; their applications; and prospects of future inorganic fibers.
About the Author. This book summarizes the historical viewpoint of polymer-derived ceramic fibers, basic information (production process, fine structures, physical properties, and so forth) about them, and their applications.
It also presents prospects of future inorganic fibers. Key Features. HANDBOOK OF CERAMIC COMPOSITES is different from the other books available on this topic.
Here, a ceramic composite system or a class of composites has been covered in a separate chapter, presenting a detailed description of processing, properties, and applications. Each chapter is written by internationally renowned researchers in the : Hardcover.
Naming. Mineral wool is also known as mineral fiber, mineral cotton, mineral fibre, man-made mineral fibre (MMMF), and man-made vitreous fiber (MMVF). Specific mineral wool products are stone wool and slag also includes glass wool which, together with ceramic fiber, are completely man-made fibers.
History. Slag wool was first made in in Wales by Edward Parry, "but no effort. 1/8” paper is good for many firings. Does not contain asbestos and DOES NOT need to be pre-fired. MADE IN USA. One 8" x 12" Sheet. CERAMIC FIBER PAPER Ceramic fiber paper is made by mixing ceramic fibers in an organic compound and rolling it into sheets of various thickness.
It’s most commonly available in 3 mm, 6 mm and 9 mm thick/5(5). This book presents polymer-derived ceramic fibers from a historical viewpoint; basic information about them, such as production process, fine structures, and physical properties; their applications; and prospects of future inorganic : Toshihiro Ishikawa.
Fibers, Ceramic Fibers. Fine Ceramic Fibers, Marcel Dekker, New York Jan ; ; S Abe This book serves as an introduction to advanced inorganic fibers and aims to. Fine Silicon Carbide Fiber Synthesized from a Silicon‐Based Polymer Blend Using Radiation Curing (Pages: ) Preparation of Non‐Oxide Ceramic Fibers in the Systems Si‐C‐N and Si‐B‐C‐N (Pages: ) D.
Schawaller A Multiscale New Chart Method for Properly Assessing the Performance of Ceramic Matrix Composites and Aiding. Ceramic fibers consisting of mullite and alumina mixtures (e.g., Nextel fibers) have demonstrated creep strengths considerably greater than those observed in single-phase alumina or mullite fibers.
In general, two-phase mixtures exhibit less grain growth than single-phase materials and tend to be more microstructurally stable (French et al. Ceramic fibers in CMCs can have a polycrystalline structure, as in conventional ceramics.
They can also be amorphous or have inhomogeneous chemical composition, which develops upon pyrolysis of organic high process temperatures required for making CMCs preclude the use of organic, metallic or glass fibers stable at temperatures above 1, °C (1, °F) can be used.
Glass Fibers Frederick T. Wallenberger, James C. Watson, and Hong Li, PPG Industries, Inc. GLASS FIBERS are among the most versatile industrial materials known today.
They are read-ily produced from raw materials, which are available in virtually unlimited File Size: KB. Buy Fine Ceramic Fibers by Marie Berger, Anthony R. Bunsell from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Most CMCs are reinforced with continuous, multifilament tow ceramic fibers.
Fiber tows typically consist of to 1, filaments, with a diameter of 10 to 15 µm ( to mils) each. These fiber tows are flexible, easy to handle, and can be woven into fabrics and used to fabricate.Ceramic Fibers. Fracture processes in fine silicon carbide fibres (A.
Bunsell). Fracture processes in oxide ceramic fibres(M.H. Berger). Fracture characteristics of single crystal and eutectic fibers (A. Sayir, S.C. Farmer). Glass Fibers.
Strength of glass fibers (P.K. Gupta). Carbon Fibers. Fracture of carbon fibers (J.G. Lavin). Metallic.