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Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 236

Tatsuki Ohji (Editor), Mrityunjay Singh (Editor), Elizabeth Hoffman (Editor), Matthew Seabaugh (Editor), Gary Yang (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-118-27342-5
232 pages
October 2012
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With contributed papers from the 2011 Materials Science and Technology symposia, this is a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in advances in materials science for environmental and energy technologies. Logically organized and carefully selected, the articles cover the themes of the symposia: Green Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing; Materials Science Challenges for Nuclear Applications; Materials for Nuclear Waste Disposal and Environmental Cleanup; Energy Conversion/Fuel Cells; and Energy Storage: Materials, Systems and Applications.
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Preface ix

GREEN TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATERIALS MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

Mesoporous Materials For Sorption of Actinides 3
Allen W. Apblett and Zeid Al-Othman

Environmentally Friendly Tin Oxide Coating through Aqueous 13

Solution Process
Yoshitake Masuda, Tatsuki Ohji, and Kazumi Kato

Investigation of the Morphological Change into the Fabrication of 25
ZnO Microtubes and Microrods by a Simple Liquid Process using Zn Layered Hydroxide Precursor
Seiji Yamashita, M. Fuji, C. Takai, and T. Shirai

Fabrication of Solid Electrolyte Dendrites through Novel Smart 33
Processing
Soshu Kirihara, Satoko Tasaki, Hiroya Abe, Katsuya Noritake, and Naoki Komori

Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of the Extruded a-p 41
Duplex Phase Brass Cu-40Zn-Ti Alloy
H. Atsumi, H. Imai, S. Li, K. Kondoh, Y. Kousaka, and A. Kojima

The Characteristics of High Strength and Lead-Free Machinable 47
a-p Duplex Phase Brass Cu-40Zn-Cr-Fe-Sn-Bi Alloy
H. Atsumi, H. Imai, S. Li, K. Kondoh, Y. Kousaka, and A. Kojima

Preparation of Biomass Char for Ironmaking and Its Reactivity 55
Hu Zhengwen, Zhang Jianliang, Zhang Xu, Fan Zhengyun, and Li Jing

Intelligent Energy Saving System in Hot Strip Mill 65
H. Imanari, K. Ohara, K. Kitagoh, Y. Sakiyama, and F. Williams

Hot Gas Cleaning with Gas-Solid Reactions and Related Materials 77
for Advanced Clean Power Generation from Coal
Hiromi Shirai and Hisao Makino

Polyalkylene Carbonate Polymers—A Sustainable Material Alternative 89
to Traditional Petrochemical Based Plastics
P. Ferraro

MATERIALS FOR NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP
Characterizing the Defect Population Introduced by Radiation 99
Damage*
Paul S. Follansbee

Radiation Shielding Simulation for Wollastonite-Based Chemically 113
Bonded Phosphate Ceramics
J. Pleitt, H. A. Colorado, and C. H. Castano

Empirical Model for Formulation of Crystal-Tolerant HLW Glasses 121
J. Matyas, A. Huckleberry, C. A. Rodriguez, J. D. Vienna, and A. A. Kruger

ENERGY CONVERSION/FUEL CELLS

Novel SOFC Processing Techniques Employing Printed Materials 129
P. Khatri-Chhetri, A. Datar, and D. Cormier

Manganese Cobalt Spinel Oxide Based Coatings for SOFC 141
Interconnects
Jeffrey W. Fergus, Yingjia Liu, and Yu Zhao

C02 Conversion into C/CO Using ODF Electrodes with SOEC 147
Bruce Kang, Huang Guo, and Gulfam Iqbal

Heterofoam: New Concepts and Tools for Heterogeneous Functional 155
Material Design
K. L. Reifsnider, F. Rabbi, R. Raihan, Q. Liu, P. Majumdar, Y. Du, and J. M. Adkins

Study on Heteropolyacids/Ti/Zr Mixed Inorganic Composites for Fuel 165
Cell Electrolytes
Uma Thanganathan

ENERGY STORAGE: MATERIALS, SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS

Fatigue Testing of Hydrogen-Exposed Austenitic Stainless Steel in 175
an Undergraduate Materials Laboratory
Patrick Ferro, John Wallace, Adam Nekimken, Travis Dreyfoos, Tyler Spilker, and Elliot Marshall

LiMnxFe-,_x P04 Glass and Glass-Ceramics for Lithium Ion Battery 187
Tsuyoshi Honma and Takayuki Komatsu

The Absorption of Hydrogen on Low Pressure Hydride Materials 197
Gregg A. Morgan, Jr. and Paul S. Korinko

Polymethylated Phenanthrenes as a Liquid Media for Hydrogen 209
Storage
Mikhail Redko

Author Index 221

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