Sintering Key Papers by S. SomiyaSintering Key Papers by S. Somiya

Sintering Key Papers

EditorS. Somiya, Y. Moriyoshi

Paperback | October 8, 2011

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The 4th International Symposium on the Science and Technology of Sintering was held on 4-6 November 1987 in Tokyo. Among the many technical sessions was one entitled 'Session for Sintering-Case Study'. Over 200 participants heard these invited talks. Although some papers were over 20 years old, it is necessary to understand the authors' way of thinking. Since the end of the Second World War, many excellent papers related to sintering have appeared in many different academic journals. Some of these papers are still of value, and are still being read by today's students. The questions we have to ask are: Why does the scholar think this way? Why did the scholar perform his experiments? What is the mechanism of sintering? What is the liquid phase of sintering? What is the behavior of sintering additives? What is the history and development of sintering theory? This book includes these sort of historical papers and also new original papers on sintering, all of which are very important to our understanding of the subject. Several papers have been added for this English edition, which is thus more comprehensive than its Japanese counterpart. These papers were spread out in many different sources and the benefits of collecting them together in book form is obvious.
Title:Sintering Key PapersFormat:PaperbackPublished:October 8, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401068186

ISBN - 13:9789401068185


Table of Contents

Preface v.- Acknowledgements viii.- Section 1J. E. Burke.- 1.1 The Development of Pore-Free Ceramics.- 1.2 Recrystallization and Sintering in Ceramics.- 1.3 Role of Grain Boundaries in Sintering.- Section 2R. L. Coble.- 2.1 Sintering Crystalline Solids. I. Intermediate and Final State Diffusion Models.- 2.2 Sintering Crystalline Solids. II. Experimental Test of Diffusion Models in Powder Compacts.- Section 3H. E. Exner.- 3.1 Solid-State Sintering: Critical Assessment of Theoretical Concepts and Experimental Methods.- 3.2 Material Transport Rate and Stress Distribution During Grain Boundary Diffusion Driven by Surface Tension.- 3.3 The Kinetics of Contact Formation During Sintering by Diffusion Mechanisms.- 3.4 The Influence of Pressing on Sintering Kinetics of Spherical Particles.- 3.5 Sintering Processes.- 3.6 Computer Simulation of Sintering Processes.- Section 4E. Fitzer.- 4.1 Silicon and Carbon-The Key Elements in High Performance High Temperature Composites.- Section 5R. C. Garvie.- 5.1 A Personal History of the Development of Transformation Toughened PSZ Ceramics.- 5.2 Ceramic Steel?.- 5.3 Structure and Thermomechanical Properties of Partially Stabilized Zirconia in the CaO-ZrO2 System.- 5.4 Sub-Eutectoid Aged Mg-PSZ Alloy with Enhanced Thermal Up-Shock Resistance.- 5.5 Fracture Mechanics Study of a Transformation Toughened Zirconia Alloy in the CaO-ZrO2 System.- 5.6 Microstructural Changes During Isothermal Aging of a Calcia Partially Stabilized Zirconia Alloy.- Section 6Jan Hlavá?.- 6.1 Reactivity of Solids in High Temperature Processes.- Section 7Yunoshin Imai.- 7.1 Study on A3 Transformation of Dispersion-Strengthened Iron.- Section 8D. Lynn Johnson.- 8.1 Computer Simulation of the Sintering of Two Spheres.- Section 9W. D. Kingery.- 9.1 Study of the Initial Stages of Sintering Solids by Viscous Flow, Evaporation-Condensation, and Self-Diffusion.- 9.2 Densification During Sintering in the Presence of a Liquid Phase. I. Theory.- 9.3 Densification During Sintering in the Presence of a Liquid Phase. II. Experimental.- 9.4 Effects of Applied Pressure on Densification During Sintering in the Presence of a Liquid Phase.- 9.5 Sintering of Oxide and Carbide-Metal Compositions in Presence of a Liquid Phase.- 9.6 Implications of Sintering Theories with Regard to Process Controls.- 9.7 Solution-Precipitation Deformation under an Applied Stress.- 9.8 The Sintering of Crystalline Oxides, I. Interactions Between Grain Boundaries and Pores.- 9.9 The Sintering of Crystalline Oxides, II. Densification and Microstructure Development in UO2.- 9.10 Regelation, Surface Diffusion, and Ice Sintering.- Section 10G. C. Kuczynski.- 10.1 Model Experiments and the Theory of Sintering.- 10.2 Self-Diffusion in Sintering of Metallic Particles.- 10.3 Segregation in Homogeneous Alloys During Sintering.- Section 11 F. V. Lend.- 11.1 The Role of Plastic Deformation in Sintering.- Section 12J. A. Pask.- 12.1 Thermodynamic and Geometric Factors in Sintering.- 12.2 Effect of Water Vapor on Sintering of Ceramic Oxides.- Section 13G. Petzow.- 13.1 Basic Mechanisms of Liquid Phase Sintering.- 13.2 Sintering with Additives.- 13.3 Particle Rearrangement in Solid State Sintering.- Section 14Shigeyuki Somiya.- 14.1 Hydrothermal Reaction Sintering of Pure Cr2O3.- 14.2 Fabrication of Dense, Nonstabilized ZrO2 Ceramics by Hydrothermal Reaction Sintering.- 14.3 Hydrothermal Reaction Sintering of Monoclinic Zirconia.- 14.4 Hydrothermal Reaction-Sintering of Monoclinic HfO2.- 14.5 Reactions for Hydrothermal Reaction Sintering.- Section 15Eiji Suito.- 15.1 Electron Microscopic Investigations of Powders: The Shape, Crystal Habit and Microstructure of Fine Particles.- Section 16Takeshi Takei.- 16.1 The Development of Ferrite: A Reminiscence.- Section 17Ryozi Uyeda.- 17.1 Crystallography of Ultrafine Particles.- Section 18Thomas Vasilos.- 18.1 Solids Processing of Fine Grain Size Ceramics.- Section 19O. J. Whittemore.- 19.1 Pore Growth and Shrinkage During Sintering.