Advanced Materials for Sustainable Developments (Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings v. 31, issue 9)

Advanced Materials for Sustainable Developments (Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings v. 31, issue 9)

By: Sanjay Mathur (author), Tatsuki Ohji (author), ACerS (American Ceramic Society) (author), Linan An (editor), Hua-Tay Lin (editor), Andrew L. Gyekenyesi (editor)Hardback

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Contributions from three symposia that were part of the 34th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC), in Daytona Beach, FL, January 24-29, 2010 are presented in this volume. The broad range of topics is captured by the symposia titles, which are listed as follows: International Symposium on Ceramics for Electric Energy Generation, Storage, and Distribution (debuted in 2010); Thermal Management Materials and Technologies (debuted in 2010); and lastly, and Advanced Sensor Technology, Developments and Applications (debuted in 2010). These new symposia emerged during this ICACC meeting due to community growth and interest, and thus each of these subject areas were established as stand-alone symposia.

The current volume represents 15 contributions from the above listed symposia that embody the latest developments in engineering ceramics for energy technologies, thermal management utilizing either highly conductive or insulating materials, as well as advances regarding the utilization of ceramics for sensors.

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Contents

Preface vii Introduction ix Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Based on Anodic Ti02 Nanotubes Produced from Anodization in Fluoride-Free Electrolyte 1 Narges F. Fahim and Tohru Sekino Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis of Calcium Cobaltate Thermoelectric Powders 15 Sidney Lin, Jiri Selig, Dan F. Smith, Hua-Tay Lin, and Hsin Wang Effect of Rare-Earth Doping on Thermoelectric Properties of Porous SiC Synthesized by Silicon Carbonization Technique 25 Yusuke Yamamoto, Hiroshi Mabuchi, and Toshiyuki Matsui Powder Synthesis, Characterization and Sintering Behavior of Lithium Titanate 33 Srinivasan Ramanathan Processing of Titania Nanoceramics Via Conventional Sintering, Two-Step Sintering and Two-Step Sintering Assisted by Phase Transformation 41 Zohreh Razavi Hesabi and Mehdi Mazaheri Strength of N- and P-Type Skutterudites 49 A. A. Wereszczak, M. E. Ragan, K. T. Strong, Jr., P. J. Ritt, H. Wang, J. R. Salvador, and J. Yang Graphite and Ceramic Coated Particles for the HTR 61 Heinz Nabielek and Mark Mitchell Development and Characterization of High Conductivity Graphite Foams for Thermal Management Applications 75 A. L. Gyekenyesi, M. Singh, C. E. Smith, P. G. Stansberry, M. K. Alam, and D. L. Vrable Integration of Graphite Foams to Titanium for Thermal Management Applications 83 M. Singh, Rajiv Asthana, C. E. Smith, and A. L. Gyekenyesi Fabrication of Novel Heat Insulator using Porous Ceramics Materials 91 Kazuma Kugimiya, Mitsue Ogawa, and Hideaki Matsubara Detection and Classification of Gaseous Compounds by Solid Electrolyte Cyclic Voltammetry Sensors 99 Grzegorz Jasinski Wireless Chemical Sensor for Combustion Species at High Temperatures using 4H-SIC 109 Geunsik Lim and Aravinda Kar High Temperature Acoustic Wave Gas Sensor using Langasite Crystal Resonator 119 Hongbin Cheng, Lifeng Qin, and Qing-Ming Wang Synthesis of (La,Nd):Y203 and (La,Yb):Y203 Laser Ceramics and Their Optical Properties 125 Yihua Huang and Dongliang Jiang Metal Oxide Nanoelectrodes for Environmental Sensors-ZnO Rods and Particulate Films 131 Yoshitake Masuda, Dewei Chu, Xiulan Hu, Tatsuki Ohji, Kazumi Kato, Masako Ajimi, Makoto Bekki, and Shuji Sonezaki Author Index 139

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  • publication date: 02/11/2010
  • ISBN13: 9780470594742
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 150
  • ID: 9780470594742
  • weight: 372
  • ISBN10: 0470594748

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