Functional Gradient Materials and Surface Layers Prepared by Fine Particles Technology
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The NATO Advanced Study Institute on "Functional Gradient Materials and Surface Layers Prepared by Fine Particles Technology" was held in Kiev (Ukraine) on June 18- 28, 2000 where more than 90 participants, ranging from Ph.D. students to experienced senior scientists, met and exchanged ideas. This meeting was aimed at stimulating the research work across traditional disciplinary lines by bringing together scientists from diverse research areas related to functional gradient materials and surface layers. It also intended to give opportunities for initiating collaborative works between scientists from NATO and Partner countries and to trigger fruitful and exciting discussions between experienced and young researchers. In this respect, this NATO-ASI has been quite successful. The term of functional gradient materials which originates from Japan in the 1980's describes a class of engineering materials with spatially inhomogeneous microstructures and properties (MRS Bulletin, 1995,20, N Degreesl). These materials can be successfully utilized in various applications like electronic devices, optical films, anti- wear and anti-corrosion coatings, thermal barrier coatings, biomaterials, to name only a few. Although these functional gradient materials are not fundamentally new, the use of nanoparticles in their fabrication and in surface layers as well has greatly improved their performances to meet challenging requirements for industrial applications.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 317 pages
  • 162.6 x 236.2 x 22.9mm | 635.04g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2001 ed.
  • 156 Illustrations, black and white; X, 317 p. 156 illus.
  • 0792369246
  • 9780792369240

Table of contents

Preface. From nature through art to fine particle technology; I. Uvarova. New superhard materials based on nanostructured high-melting compounds: Achievements and perspectives; R.A. Andrievski. Nanostructured metal films: Polyol synthesis, characterization and properties; G.M. Chow. Chemical phenomena at the surface of nanoparticles; M.-I. Baraton. Amphiphilic templates in the synthesis of nanostructured composites - From particles to extended structures; S. Li, et al. Effect of water-soluble alumoxycarboxylates on the properties of alumina molded by die pressing; M. Szafran, et al. New water thinnable polymeric binders in die pressing of alumina powders; M. Szafran, et al. Electrical conduction in iron oxide powder coated with polymethyl methacrylate; V. Skorokhod, et al. From nanosize powders to a diesel soot converter; Z.S. Rak. Nanocrystalline nickel and nickel-alumina films produced by DC and pulsed DC electroplating; J. Steinbach, H. Ferkel. Formation of fine-dispersion structures by electric-spark, laser and magnetron coating with AlN-TiB2/ZrB2 composite materials; A.D. Panasyuk, et al. Optical gradient glasses obtained using the method of high-temperature isothermal centrifugation; A.O. Mylyanych, et al. Graded structures developed by laser processing of powder materials; N. Tolochko, et al. Microwave processing of nanostructured and functional gradient materials; Y.V. Bykov, et al. Application of advanced CCD camera system for diagnostics of spraying particles in-flight; M. Ignatiev, et al. Laser sintering of multilayer gradient materials; A.V. Ragulya, O.B. Zgalat-Lozynskyy. Rate-controlled sintering of nanostructured titanium nitride powders; O.B. Zgalat-Lozynskyy, et al. Properties of nanocrystalline titanium nitride-based materials prepared by high-pressure sintering; V.S. Urbanovich. Compaction and elastic relaxation of fullerite powder; L.L. Kolomiets, et al. Nanostructured materials for microstructural control of thermal properties; J.A. Eastman, et al. Conventional and new materials for thermal barrier coatings; R. Vassen, D. Stoever. Thermal expansion and wear properties of centrifugally produced Al-Si/SiC MMCs; H. Akbulut, M. Durman. Topical problems in the theory of technological processes for the nanostructured materials preparation; V.V. Skorokhod. Nanostructured carbon coatings on silicon carbide: Experimental and theoretical study; Yu. Gogotsi, et al. Reinforced n-AlN ceramics; I.P. Fesenko, et al. Structure and strength of ceramic multilayered composites; O.N. Grigoriev, et al. Analysis of layered composites with crack deflection controlled by layer thickness; M. Lugovy, et al. On some problems of bending and vibrations of thin piezoceramic plates; L. Mkrtchyan. Quasicrystalline materials. Structure and mechanical properties; Yu.V. Milman, et al. MD simulation of the ion-stimulated processes in Si surface layers; A.E. Kiv, et al. Phase relations and nanocrystalline alloys in the ternary systems ZrO2 (HfO2)-Y2O3-La2O3 (Eu2O3, Er2O3); E.R. Andrievskaya. Author Index. Subject Index.
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