DescriptionJoining remains an enabling technology in several key areas related to the use of ceramics. Development of ceramic materials for electronic, biomedical, power generation, and many other fields continues at a rapid pace. Joining of ceramics is a critical issue in the integration of ceramic components in engineering design. This book includes reviews on the state-of-the-art in ceramic joining, new joining materials and methods, and modeling joint behavior and properties.
Proceedings of the symposium held at the 104th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, April 28-May1, 2002 in Missouri; Ceramic Transactions, Volume 138
Selection and Function of Interlayer Materials in Ceramic/Ceramic Joining (E.D. Case).
Numerical Modeling of Solid State Bonding Based on Fundamental Bonding
Mechanisms: For Bonding between Dissimilar Materials (Y. Takahashi)
Designing Joints with Graded Layers (J. Stamille, I.E. Reimanis, and J. Chapa-Cabrera).
Engineering High-Quality Ceramic-Metal Bonds (V.A. Greenhut and T.R. Chapman).
Particulate Loading of High Temperature Brazes for Joining Engineering Ceramics (K.M. Knowles, D.R. Ormston, D.B. Conquest, L.T. Ecclestone, and J.A. Fernie).
Development of a Copper Oxide-Silver Braze for Ceramic Joining (K.S. Weil and J.Y. Kim).
A Review of Recent Investigations on Zirconia Joining for Biomedical Applications (S. Agathopoulos, S. Pina, and R.N. Correia).
Joining Zirconia and Alumina Bioceramics (H.W. Shin, E.D. Case, B.D. Brooks, P. Kwon, and C.K. Kok).
Graded Coatings for Metallic Implant Alloy (E. Saiz, A.P. Tomsia, S. Fujino, and J.M. Gomez-Vaga).
High Temperature Applications.
Thermal Cycling of Advanced Compressive Seal for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (Y.-S. Chou and J.W. Stevenson).
Brazing a Mixed Ionic/Electronic Conductor to an Oxidation Resistant Metal (K.S. Weil and J.S. Hardy).
Brazeless Approaches to Joining Silicon Carbide-based Ceramics for High
Temperature Applications (C.A. Lewinsohn, C.H. Henager Jr., and M. Singh).
Processing Issues in Fabricating Ceramic Micro-Heat Exchangers by
Joining Components (P. Kwon, C.K. Kok, D. Fickes, C.W. Somerton, H.W. Shin, and E.D. Case).