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Ceramics Resources


Ceramic Art

Charlie Tefft: patience is still a virtue / Leigh Somerville -- Takeshi Yasuda: upside down porcelain -- Squared casseroles / Mike Baum -- Ray Bub: reassembled ring teapots / Paul Park -- Multi-sided forms / Don Hall -- Amy Santoferraro: plate-o-matic / Paul Andrew Wandless -- The making(s) of a sphere / Ursula Goebels-Ellis -- Shuji Ikeda: weaving clay / James Irwin -- Credit card dies / Daryl Baird -- The printed pot / Mark Ganter, Duane Storti and Ben Utela -- Grace Nickel: clay and light / Glen R. Brown -- Phil Cornelius: porcelain thinware 

Ceramic Matrix Composites

This book is a comprehensive source of information on various aspects of ceramic matrix composites (CMC). It covers ceramic and carbon fibers; the fiber-matrix interface; processing, properties and industrial applications of various CMC systems; architecture, mechanical behavior at room and elevated temperatures, environmental effects and protective coatings, foreign object damage, modeling, life prediction, integration and joining. Each chapter in the book is written by specialists and internationally renowned researchers in the field. This book will provide state-of-the-art information on different aspects of CMCs. The book will be directed to researchers working in industry, academia, and national laboratories with interest and professional competence on CMCs. T


"It is rare to find a book on art that presents complex aesthetic principles in clear readable form. Ceramics, by Philip Rawson, is such a book. I discovered it ten years ago, and today my well-worn copy has scarcely a page on which some statement is not underlined and starred."--Wayne Higby, from the Foreword

Ceramics Are More Than Clay Alone

The book deals with many aspects of ceramics from 25,000BC till today at a level for the interested lay person and students of secondary vocational schools. In addition, other sciences which are involved in ceramics are described to a level that is necessary to understand ceramics, for example chemistry, colloid chemistry, crystallography, etc. Ceramics are so placed in the middle of the 'spiders web' of natural sciences.

Ceramic Sculpture

More than 20 American ceramic artists present a broad variety of inspiring clay sculpture pieces and some unique techniques they used.

Glass Ceramic Technology

Glass-ceramic materials share many properties with both glass and more traditional crystalline ceramics. This new edition examines the various types of glass-ceramic materials, the methods of their development, and their countless applications. With expanded sections on biomaterials and highly bioactive products (i.e., Bioglass and related glass ceramics), as well as the newest mechanisms for the development of dental ceramics and theories on the development of nano-scaled glass-ceramics, here is a must-have guide for ceramic and materials engineers, managers, and designers in the ceramic and glass industry.

The Magic of Ceramics

What do the following things have in common: the space shuttle, cosmetics, color TVs, concrete, and kayaks? Ceramics! All these items are made of or include ceramics, the most common and diverse of all materials - yet most of us would be surprised at its variety of uses. You will be amazed by how ceramics make possible such diverse products as cellular phones, many of your favorite sporting goods, radio, television, and lasers. You will be surprised by how ceramics are used in medicine for cancer treatments and restoring hearing, in our cars, and even in some cosmetics.  book introduces readers to the many exciting applications of ceramics. By using simplified technical explanations, it answers the question: How do ceramics improve your everyday life?