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by S. D. Peteves
Author: S. D. Peteves
Publisher: Elsevier Applied Science (August 1, 1989)
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Designing Interfaces for Technological Applications: Ceramic- Ceramic, Ceramic-Metal Joining. London: Elsevier, 1989. Contribution to Phase Equilibria in the Ce2O3 Rich Part of the Ce2O3-SiO2ZrO2 System. The kinetics of reaction at metal/ceramic interfaces generally follow a parabolic rate law and reaction layers thicker than about 1 μm usually have a deleterious effect on interface strength. Interfacial energy minimisation dominates the atomic structure of metal/ceramic interfaces with the result that close packed planes and directions in the metal, ceramic, and reaction product when present, are often parallel across the interface.
Designing CERAMIC INTERFACES II Understanding and tailoring interfaces for coating, composite and joining . Peteves Commission of the European Communities, JRC, Institute for Advanced Materials. PO Box 2, NL-1755 ZG Petten, The Netherlands.
Designing CERAMIC INTERFACES II Understanding and tailoring interfaces for coating, composite and joining applications.
CERAMIC APPLICATIONS aims to bridge the knowledge of ceramic manucfacuters and the design engineers in the various . Here further relevant technical articles are at hand for an accentuated literature study.
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1) Desianinq Interfaces for Technological Applications: Ceramic-Ceramic. pp 209 in Introduction to Ceramics. 2nd e. (John Wiley and Sons 1976) J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, 8. 3, 2107 (1990). Ceramic Bulletin, Vo. 9, N., 794 (1980).
Ceramic-based composites. When joining ceramics to metals it is necessary to create an interface between the materials. design - ceramic materials are relatively intolerant of abrupt changes in cross-section such as notches, holes and corners. Ceramics are used as the reinforcement of composite systems such as GRP (glass reinforced plastics) and metal matrix composites such as alumina reinforced aluminium (Al/Al 2O 3). Advanced ceramic materials are also used as the matrix materials in composites.