Item description for Extrusion in Ceramics (Engineering Materials and Processes) by Frank Händle...
"This is the first book worldwide about extrusion in ceramics which covers the complete subject. For the first time, readers find the principles of extrusion of ceramics, history of extrusion in the ceramic industry, rheology of ceramic bodies, simulation for ceramic extrusion, wear and contamination in extrusion, additives for extrusion etc.in 20 chapters, each chapter written by well known experts."Extrusion in Ceramics" is a book written for advanced students in Material Sciences as well as for scientists, for experienced managers in the ceramic industry as well as for newcommers who want to brush up their knowledge about the possibilities of this technology .The essential literature is mentioned for each chapter as well as for the whole field. "Extrusion in Ceramics" is a must for everybody who is involved in the extrusion of structural ceramics like bricks and tiles as well as in the extrusion of honeycombs and catalysts in advanced ceramics."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.45" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.94" Weight: 2.25 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2008
ISBN 3540271007 ISBN13 9783540271000
Availability 146 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 17, 2017 09:01.
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A great disappointment Sep 19, 2007
The claims to cover "the principles of extrusion of ceramics", "rheology of ceramic bodies", and "additives for extrusion" among other subjects. The coverage is superficial, selects a few isolated topics and is of little use to an engineer or scientist. The book lacks an overall connecting narrative or underlying theoretical framework. Some of the contributors have published far more useful material elsewhere. I have worked in ceramic extrusion for 15 years and this is one of the least helpful books on the subject that I have ever seen.