Advanced Science and Technology of Sintering

Hardcover | December 31, 1999

EditorBiljana D. Stojanovic

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This volume represents the proceedings of the Ninth World Round Table Conference on Sintering. The main aim is to present developments in the science of sintering and application of the sintering process for the production of materials. Special attention is devoted to new modeling and simulation of processes, development of physical theories in sintering, advanced and alternative processes to sintering and also powder production, processing and characterization of sintered oxides, electroceramics, non-oxides and other sintered materials.

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This volume represents the proceedings of the Ninth World Round Table Conference on Sintering. The main aim is to present developments in the science of sintering and application of the sintering process for the production of materials. Special attention is devoted to new modeling and simulation of processes, development of physica...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:677 pages, 9.41 × 0.04 × 0.98 inPublished:December 31, 1999Publisher:SpringerLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306461803

ISBN - 13:9780306461804

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Table of Contents

I: Fundamentals: Influence of external fields on sintering; Y. Kornyushin. Liquid-phase sintering of the systems with interacting components; A.P. Savitskii. Simulation of two-dimensional microstructural development during liquid phase sintering; Z.S. Nikolic. Sintering kinetic analysis by dilatometric data obtained at different heating rates; I.H. Moon, D.M. Won. Computer study of microstructure formation by rearrangement during liquid phase sintering; J.M. Chaix, et al. Computer simulation of neck growth during sintering process; Z.S. Nikolic, et al. Phenomenology of sintering kinetics using UO2 as a model; M.V. Nikolic, S.M. Radic. Contraction of the complex models by the stoichiometric network analysis; Z. Cupic, L. Kolar-Anic. Electron structure of YNi2£/YY£2 (X=Si, P) compounds; I.D. Scherba, et al. Computer generation of two- and three-dimensional packings as a background for numerical modeling of sintering processes; V.V. Kartuzov, et al. II: Nanostructured Powders. III: Mechanical Activation. IV: Sintering of Oxide Systems. V: Electronic Ceramics. VI: Non-Oxide Materials. VII: Sintering of Metal Powders. Index.