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Hiraga. % Al2O3 composite studied by transmission electron microscopy. Scr. Mater. 38 (1998), (7)1101. 30â•‡ D. W. Richerson. Magic of Ceramics. Wiley–American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, 2000. Chapter 2 Bonding, Structure, and Physical Properties This chapter discusses the bonding characteristics of ceramics and mentions how to predict the physical properties, such as melting point and elastic modulus, from first-principles calculations. A large part of this chapter describes the characteristics of a number of important ceramics.
2). Ceramic balls enclosed in a steel race, that is, hybrid bearings, are now used in turbopumps of the space shuttle main engine. 15–17 These ceramic balls are 10â•‡â•‡ Chapter 1â•… Ceramics: Definition and Characteristics commercially available with diameters from 4â•›mm to as large as 20–30â•›mm and they are made from Al2O3, ZrO2, SiC, Si3N4, or SiAlON (Si6−zAlzOzN8−z, with z being the substitution level). Commercial springs made of silicon nitride materials are also available. In one of the sections of this book, the microstructure and mechanical properties of such ceramics are discussed.