Euro Ceramics V
Comprising more than 580 papers, the aim of this 3-volume set is to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the relevant trends in the research and development of all aspects of ceramics. It will constitute an excellent reference source for every researcher working in the field.
PART 1: 1. Ceramic Powders and Forming of Ceramics. 2. Mechanical and Thermophysical Properties of Ceramics. 3. Modeling. 4. Micro- and Nanoanalysis of Ceramics. PART 2: 5. High Temperature Chemistry, Sintering and Microstructures of Ceramics. 6. Electroceramics, Ferroelectrics, Dielectrics, Interfaces and Grain Boundaries. 7. Conductors and Superconductors, Magnetic Materials. 8. Ceramic Heritage. PART 3: 9. Hard Coatings and Wear. 10. Corrosion of Ceramics. 11. Membranes and Multimaterials. 12. Refractories and Refractory Cements. 13. Ceramic Composites. 14. Industrial Aspects: Raw Materials, Engineering, Standards. 15. Environment and Recycling.