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Handbook of Ceramic Hard Materials

Handbook of Ceramic Hard Materials

Ralf Riedel (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-61821-7 March 2008 1091 Pages

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Corrosion, friction and wear protection are of great importance in researchand development of new engineering materials. Ceramic materials exhibiting an extraordinary hardness are often first choice in applications of high mechanical stress.
In this reference work the different application areas of these hard materials are discussed as well as the chemical and physical basics of these special material properties. The book is of high importance especially for materials scientists and engineers, solid-state chemists and physicists involved in the research and development of new ceramic hard materials and coatings.
Solid State Structures
Phase Transitions and Materials Synthesis
Mechanical Properties and Their Relation to Microstructure
Corrosion of Hard Materials
Effective Doping in Novel Carbon Allotropes
Influences on the Hardness of Ceramics
The Hardness of Wolfram Carbide-Cobalt Hardmetals
Directed Metal Oxidation
Synthesis of Boron Based Hard Materials
Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis of Hard Materials
Hydrothermal Synthesis of Diamond
CVD of Diamond
Vapor Phase Deposition of Cubic Boron Nitride Films
Polymer to Ceramic Transformation Process
Nanostructured Superhard Materials
Boron Based Hard Materials
Silicon Carbide Based Hard Materials
Silicon Nitride Based Hard Materials
Ceramics on the Basis of Aluminium Oxide: Increasing the Hardness for Tool Applications
Diamond and Diamond-Like Carbon Materials
Diamond-Like Carbon Films
Data Collection of Properties of Hard Materials