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About this book Ceramic and Glass Materials: Structure, Properties and Processing is a concise and comprehensive guide to the key ceramic and glass materials used in modern technology. Show all.

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From the reviews: "Editors Mullite Pages Duval, David J. Aluminates Pages Wilding, Martin C. Clays Pages Fahrenholtz, William G. The book presents an update of existing materials and processes as well as newly developed materials that have been invented or changed by innovative techniques within the past decade. It details recent research, various analytical methods, key material and design considerations, fabrication methods, and developmental processes.

Each section covers a material or material-family and the techniques required for practical applications. Anticipating future trends and prospects, the book also examines the foundations to several innovative technologies, including the potential of tailor-made materials, various types of fuel cells, and the properties of FGMs in current and future metallic and non-metallic systems and models. In its final chapter, the book highlights processes that are poised for production as well as prospects still in experimentation and testing phases. New Materials, Processes, and Methods Technology provides today's scientists, technicians, and engineering departments devoted to resolving application requirements with performance properties using a well-executed material selection process.

Table of Contents Introduction. Carbon-Carbon Composites.

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Nanostructured Materials. Powder Metallurgy. Functionally Gradient Materials.

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Microelectromechanical Systems. Fuel Cells. Processes and Fabrication. This paper explores the life cycle assessment of processing of Flax fibre reinforced polylactic acid PLA , with a comparison of glass fibre triaxial fabric in the production process. The use of hydrocarbon fossil resources and synthetic fibres, such as glass and carbon, have caused severe environmental impacts in their entire life cycles.

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The assessment was based on an input-output model to estimate energy demand and environmental impacts. These are within the technical requirements in the composites industry. This work elucidated the relationship of the energy consumptions of the two materials processes by using a standard LCA analytical methodology. The outcomes supported an alternative option for replacement of some conventional composite materials for the automotive industry. Most importantly, the natural fibre composite production is shown to result in an economic benefit and reduced environmental impact.

Abstract To solve the problems of low efficiency, poor surface quality, and short tool life in the milling of titanium alloys, this study took the micro-textured ball-end milling tool as a starting point and established a platform for friction and wear tests. Based on [ To solve the problems of low efficiency, poor surface quality, and short tool life in the milling of titanium alloys, this study took the micro-textured ball-end milling tool as a starting point and established a platform for friction and wear tests.

Based on a new method of external friction theory, the anti-friction and anti-wear mechanisms of the micro-textured tool were analyzed. According to these mechanisms, the optimal area proportion of the micro textures in the contact area between the chip and tool was theoretically investigated considering the milling force, and the proportion was verified experimentally. This work provides a reference for improving the cutting performance of hard metal tools. Abstract Laser-induced thermochemical polishing LCP is a non-conventional processing technique that uses laser radiation to smooth the surface of self-passivated metallic parts by initiating a localized anodic material dissolution.

This technology can be used to selectively micro-polish without the need for masking or thermal [ Laser-induced thermochemical polishing LCP is a non-conventional processing technique that uses laser radiation to smooth the surface of self-passivated metallic parts by initiating a localized anodic material dissolution.

This technology can be used to selectively micro-polish without the need for masking or thermal and mechanical stress. However, there is still a lack in understanding the surface quality depending on the applied laser machining parameters. This paper takes up the concept of Process Signatures and interprets the surface smoothing as result of multiple, recurring internal material loads of a constant energy amount.

The laser-induced thermal impact is identified as the relevant internal material load and is correlated with the surface roughness. This derives an empirical-based functional relation as multi-cycle Process Signature. The experiment results show an exponential decay in surface roughness with increasing cycle loads for titanium, Ti6Al4V, Nitinol, Stellite 21, and metallic glass.

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The Process Signature of LCP is a solution to a differential equation with respect to the cycle loads. The paper demonstrates how the multi-cycle Process Signature helps determine suitable machining parameters to predict the surface roughness, as well as to scale the polishing rate. Abstract This paper focusses on the effect of hot isostatic pressing HIP and a solution annealing post treatment on the fatigue strength of selectively laser melted SLM AlSi10Mg structures. The aim of this work is to assess the effect of the unprocessed as-built surface [ This paper focusses on the effect of hot isostatic pressing HIP and a solution annealing post treatment on the fatigue strength of selectively laser melted SLM AlSi10Mg structures.

The aim of this work is to assess the effect of the unprocessed as-built surface and residual stresses, regarding the fatigue behaviour for each condition. The surface roughness of unprocessed specimens is evaluated based on digital light optical microscopy and subsequent three-dimensional image post processing. To holistically characterize contributing factors to the fatigue strength, the axial surface residual stress of all specimens with unprocessed surfaces is measured using X-ray diffraction. Furthermore, the in-depth residual stress distribution of selected samples is analyzed.

For the machined specimens, intrinsic defects like pores or intermetallic phases are identified as the failure origin. There are beneficial effects on the surface roughness and residual stresses evoked due to the post treatments. Considering the aforementioned influencing factors, this study provides a fatigue assessment of the mentioned conditions of the investigated Al-material. Abstract In injection molding, the reduction of ejection forces is a process relevant aspect to improve the production rates.

In injection molding, the reduction of ejection forces is a process relevant aspect to improve the production rates. For this purpose, CrN and CrAlN films were sputtered on cylindrical and quadratic AISI H11 cores of an injection mold in order to investigate their influence on the resulting ejection forces to demold polypropylene test components. For both the cylindrical and quadratic cores, the as-deposited CrN and CrAlN films exhibit higher ejection forces than the uncoated cores due to the increase of the roughness profile after sputtering.

It is known that the ejection forces are directly related to the surface roughness. In order to ensure comparable surface conditions to the uncoated surfaces, and to demonstrate the potential of PVD coated mold surfaces when reducing the ejection forces, the coated surfaces were mechanically post-treated to obtain a similar roughness profile as the uncoated cores. The combination of a PVD deposition and post-treatment ensures a significant reduction of the ejection forces by CrAlN films compared to the polished reference surface. Open Access Review. Different sources that produce residual stresses and shape changes in the laminated panels are described and reviewed.

An overview is presented [ An overview is presented on the characterisation and predictions of the phenomena resulting in residual stresses. The focus will be on the models accounting for the parameters during the cure cycle of the thermoset composite materials published in the literature from until The material types covered here range from thermoset adhesives, full composites, and fibre metal laminates.

Furthermore, selected works are reviewed on the reduction of the shape changes and residual stresses of composites and fibre metal laminates consisting of thermoset polymers. Abstract This work presents the first practical application of ionic electrolytes for electropolishing of nickel-based superalloys.

It contains the results of an experiment-driven optimization of the applied potential and electrolyte temperature during electropolishing of laser powder bed-fused IN components containing surfaces oriented to the [ This work presents the first practical application of ionic electrolytes for electropolishing of nickel-based superalloys. For comparative purposes, the roughness profilometry and confocal microscopy techniques were used to characterize the surface finish topographies and the material removal rates of IN components subjected to electropolishing in ionic and acidic reference electrolytes.

This work proves that ionic electrolytes constitute a greener alternative to industrial acidic mixtures for electropolishing of three-dimensional 3D -printed parts from nickel-based superalloys. The dashed line represents the minimum required anodic current density for this study. The surface build orientations BO are indicated in the side view of the V-shape specimen, dimensions are in mm.

Left insert: specimen before EP, Right insert: specimen after 4 h of EP, where a red dashed line illustrates the absence of the edge rounding effect. Abstract This paper presents the methodology and results of an extensive benchmarking of laser powder bed fusion LPBF machines conducted across five top machine producers and two end users.

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The objective was to understand the influence of the individual machine on the final quality [ This paper presents the methodology and results of an extensive benchmarking of laser powder bed fusion LPBF machines conducted across five top machine producers and two end users. The objective was to understand the influence of the individual machine on the final quality of predesigned specimens, given a specific material and from multiple perspectives, in order to assess the current capabilities and limitations of the technology and compare them with the capabilities of an year-old machine belonging to one of the end users participating in this investigation.

The collected results give a clear representation of the status of LPBF technology considering its maturity in terms of process capabilities and potential applications in a production environment.


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Each picture presents a short description below. Abstract Tool-path, feed-rate, and depth-of-cut of a tool determine the machining time, tool wear, power consumption, and realization costs. Before the commissioning and production, a preliminary phase of failure-mode identification and effect analysis allows for selecting the optimal machining parameters for cutting, which, in [ Tool-path, feed-rate, and depth-of-cut of a tool determine the machining time, tool wear, power consumption, and realization costs. Before the commissioning and production, a preliminary phase of failure-mode identification and effect analysis allows for selecting the optimal machining parameters for cutting, which, in turn, reduces machinery faults, production errors and, ultimately, decreases costs.

For this, scalable high-precision path generation algorithms requiring a low amount of computation might be advisable. The present work provides such a simplified scalable computationally low-intensive technique for tool-path generation. From a three dimensional 3D digital model, the presented algorithm extracts multiple two dimensional 2D layers.