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    1.02 - Techniques for Assessing the Properties of Advanced Ceramic Materials

    Rahman, M, Haider, J ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7010-8285, Akter, T and Hashmi, MSJ (2014) 1.02 - Techniques for Assessing the Properties of Advanced Ceramic Materials. In: Comprehensive Materials Processing. Elsevier, pp. 3-34. ISBN 9780080965338 (ebook); 9780080965321 (hardback)

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    Advanced ceramics are emerging as ideal materials for a wide range of engineering applications, such as cutting tools, engine, turbines, space vehicles, and biomedical applications, among others, due to their superior properties as compared to traditional ceramics. The properties of advanced ceramics mainly differ from those of traditional ceramics in their processing, composition, and microstructure. Therefore, in order to get a better understanding of advanced ceramics and to further develop them for particular engineering applications, extensive use must be made of the characterization method for evaluating enhanced microstructural, mechanical, electrical, optical, and biomedical properties. The objective of this chapter is to give a brief overview of characterization techniques that are commonly used to evaluate the diverse properties of the advanced ceramics.

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