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Mechanical Testing of Engineering Ceramics at High Temperatures / edited by B. F. Dyson, R. D. Lohr and R. Morrell

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Publication date: 1989. Condition: Very good - almost as new. Content: Part I: Review of Industrial Requirements, Standards and Current Test Methods 1. Engineering ceramics: applications and testing requirements E. G. Butler 2. Standardisation of Mechanical Testing and Quality Control M. S. Loveday and R. Morrell 3. Current testing Methods : a critical assessment G. Grathwohl Part II: Specifications for Equipment and Instrumentation 4. Machine design requirements for uniaxial testing of ceramics materials J. E. Amaral and C. N. Pollock 5. Uniaxial tensile strain measurement for ceramic testing at elevated temperatures: requirements, problems and slutions K. C. Liu, H. Pih and D. W. Voorhes 6. Furnace design and temperature control J. H. Buddery 7. Ceramic specimen heating by induction power K. C. Liu Part III: New Test
ethods and Facilities 8. Towards routine tensile testing t. Ohji 9. High temperature creep testing of ceramics D. F. Carroll and S. M. Wiederhorn 10. Tensile creep of ceramics: the development of a testing facility F. A. Kandhl and B. F. Dyson 11. A high-temperature tensile testing rig for ceramic materials T. Hermansson and G. L. Dunlop 12. High-temperature flexural strength of engineering ceramics A. Marsh and D. A. Bell 13. Novel test methods for mechanical strength characterisation of engineering ceramics G. R. Esaam and G. Syers 14. Measurement of transient and stationary creepof HPSN in bending T. Fett and D. Munz 15. Cyclic fatigue testing of ceramic materials T. Soma, M. Masuda, M. Matsui and I. Oda 16. Fracture toughness tesing C. Rief and K. Kromp 17. The measurement of sliding friction and wear at thigh temperature M. G. Gee and C. S. Matharu 18. Friction measurement between ceramics and metals T. Dickerson 19. Ceramic matrix fibre composites: mechanical testing and performance R. W. Davidge and J. J. R. Davies

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17 x 25 x 2 cm
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Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851660364
ISBN-13:
9781851660360
Number of pages:
271
Publisher:
Elsevier Applied Science

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Publication date: 1989. Condition: Very good - almost as new. Content: Part I: Review of Industrial Requirements, Standards and Current Test Methods 1. Engineering ceramics: applications and testing requirements E. G. Butler 2. Standardisation of Mechanical Testing and Quality Control M. S. Loveday and R. Morrell 3. Current testing Methods : a critical assessment G. Grathwohl Part II: Specifications for Equipment and Instrumentation 4. Machine design requirements for uniaxial testing of ceramics materials J. E. Amaral and C. N. Pollock 5. Uniaxial tensile strain measurement for ceramic testing at elevated temperatures: requirements, problems and slutions K. C. Liu, H. Pih and D. W. Voorhes 6. Furnace design and temperature control J. H. Buddery 7. Ceramic specimen heating by induction power K. C. Liu Part III: New Test
ethods and Facilities 8. Towards routine tensile testing t. Ohji 9. High temperature creep testing of ceramics D. F. Carroll and S. M. Wiederhorn 10. Tensile creep of ceramics: the development of a testing facility F. A. Kandhl and B. F. Dyson 11. A high-temperature tensile testing rig for ceramic materials T. Hermansson and G. L. Dunlop 12. High-temperature flexural strength of engineering ceramics A. Marsh and D. A. Bell 13. Novel test methods for mechanical strength characterisation of engineering ceramics G. R. Esaam and G. Syers 14. Measurement of transient and stationary creepof HPSN in bending T. Fett and D. Munz 15. Cyclic fatigue testing of ceramic materials T. Soma, M. Masuda, M. Matsui and I. Oda 16. Fracture toughness tesing C. Rief and K. Kromp 17. The measurement of sliding friction and wear at thigh temperature M. G. Gee and C. S. Matharu 18. Friction measurement between ceramics and metals T. Dickerson 19. Ceramic matrix fibre composites: mechanical testing and performance R. W. Davidge and J. J. R. Davies

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
17 x 25 x 2 cm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851660364
ISBN-13:
9781851660360
Number of pages:
271
Publisher:
Elsevier Applied Science

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