Voids in materials : from unavoidable defects to designed cellular materials / Gary M. Gladysz, Krishan K. Chawla.
- Oxford, England ; Waltham, Massachusetts : Elsevier, 2015.
1 online resource (215 p.)
- Materials -- Analysis.
Strength of materials.
- Electronic books.
- Voids in Materials treats voids of different shapes and forms in various materials, and examines their effects on material properties. The book covers the origins of voids in materials, how they are sometimes introduced in the form of hollow spheres, and the resultant properties of materials containing voids. There are many books that focus on foams (which intentionally incorporate voids into materials) and that cover voids incidental to or unwanted in the fabrication of non-porous materials. In fact, all materials have voids. This book starts from the premise that voids are pervasive in a
- Front Cover; VOIDS IN MATERIALS: From Unavoidable Defects to Designed Cellular Materials; Copyright; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Acknowledgments; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; Chapter 1 - Introduction; 1.1 OVERVIEW; 1.2 DESCRIPTIONS; 1.3 VOIDS THROUGH THE LENGTH SCALE; REFERENCES; Chapter 2 - Intrinsic Voids, Ideal Materials, and Real Materials; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS; 2.3 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; 2.4 PROCESSING AND SERVICE INDUCED VOIDS; 2.5 TIME DEPENDENT PROPERTIES; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 - Intrinsic Voids in Polymers; 3.1 POLYMER STRUCTURE; 3.2 FREE VOLUME AND THERMOMECHANICAL BEHAVIOR
3.3 KINETIC THEORY OF POLYMER STRENGTH3.4 THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY; 3.5 ROLE OF VOIDS IN PHYSICAL AGING IN POLYMERS; 3.6 MEASUREMENT OF FREE VOLUME; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 - Techniques for Introducing Intentional Voids into Materials; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 COMMONALITIES OF FOAM FORMATION PROCESSES; 4.3 INTRODUCTION OF A GAS; 4.4 TEMPLATING OR SACRIFICIAL PORE FORMER; 4.5 BONDING TOGETHER OF SPHERES, FIBERS, POWDERS, OR PARTICLES; 4.6 RAPID PROTOTYPING OF CELLULAR STRUCTURES; 4.7 MECHANICAL STRETCHING; 4.8 HIERARCHICAL DESIGN WITH VOIDS; REFERENCES
Chapter 5 - Techniques of Introducing Intentional Voids into Particles and Fibers5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 HOLLOW AND POROUS PARTICLES; 5.3 HOLLOW AND POROUS FIBERS; 5.4 NONSPHERICAL HOLLOW PARTICLES; REFERENCES; Chapter 6 - Cellular Materials; 6.1 GENERAL CHARACTERIZATION; 6.2 CONVENTIONAL FOAMS; 6.3 SYNTACTIC FOAMS; 6.4 THERMAL PROPERTIES; 6.5 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS; REFERENCES; Chapter 7 - Applications; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 MACROSCALE VOIDS; 7.3 MICROMETER SCALE VOIDS; 7.4 NANOMETER SCALE VOIDS; 7.5 SUBNANOMETER VOIDS; REFERENCES; Chapter 8 - Void Characterization; 8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 MICROSCOPY8.3 POSITRON ANNIHILATION LIFETIME SPECTROSCOPY; 8.4 THREE DIMENSIONAL IMAGING; 8.5 GAS ADSORPTION; REFERENCES; GLOSSARY; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX
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