Deformation of Ceramic Materials

  • R. C. Bradt
  • R. E. Tressler

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Fundamentals of the Plastic Deformation of Ceramics

  3. Single Crystal Deformation

    1. William D. Scott
      Pages 151-166
    2. B. J. Pletka, T. E. Mitchell, A. H. Heuer
      Pages 181-194
    3. R. E. Tressler, D. J. Michael
      Pages 195-215
    4. C. Norman Ahlquist
      Pages 233-242
    5. B. Reppich, H. Knoch
      Pages 243-255
    6. L. Hwang, A. H. Heuer, T. E. Mitchell
      Pages 257-270
  4. Deformation of Polycrystalline Ceramics

    1. M. S. Seltzer, P. K. Talty
      Pages 297-312
    2. J. T. A. Roberts
      Pages 325-338
    3. Louis J. Trostel Jr.
      Pages 339-359
    4. C. A. Andersson, D. P. Wei, Ram Kossowsky
      Pages 383-398
    5. E. M. Lenoe, G. D. Quinn
      Pages 399-412
    6. J. E. Funk, J. Nemeth, H. F. Kay, J. R. Tinklepaugh
      Pages 413-423
    7. A. C. D. Chaklader
      Pages 425-442
    8. C. A. Johnson, J. R. Smyth, R. C. Bradt, J. H. Hoke
      Pages 443-453
    9. K. R. Kinsman, R. K. Govila, P. Beardmore
      Pages 465-482
  5. Deformation Processing

    1. M. H. Hodge, W. R. Bitler, R. C. Bradt
      Pages 483-496
    2. B. G. Koepke, R. H. Anderson, R. J. Stokes
      Pages 497-516
    3. P. F. Becher, R. W. Rice, P. H. Klein, S. W. Freiman
      Pages 517-530
    4. M. F. Yan, R. M. Cannon, H. K. Bowen, R. L. Coble
      Pages 549-569
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 571-577

About this book


This volume constitutes the Proceedings of a Symposium on the Plastic Deformation of Ceramic Materials, held at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, July 17, 18, and 19, 1974. The theme of this conference focused on single crystal and polycrystalline deformation processes in ceramic materials. The 31 contributed papers by 52 authors, present a current understand­ ing of the theory and application of deformation processes to the study and utilization of ceramic materials. The program chairmen gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance for the Symposium provided by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, The National Science Foundation, and The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences of The Pennsylvania State University. Special acknowledgment is extended to Drs. Louis C. Ianniello and Paul K. Predecki of the AEC and NSF, respectively. Of course, the proceedings would not have been possible without the excellent cooperation of the authors in preparing their manuscripts. Special appreciation is extended to the professional organi­ zation services provided by the J. Orvis Keller Conference Center of The Pennsylvania State University. In particular, Mrs. Patricia Ewing should be acknowledged for her excellent program organization and planning. Finally, we also wish to thank our secretaries for the patience and help in bringing these Proceedings to press.


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  • R. C. Bradt
    • 1
  • R. E. Tressler
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Material Sciences, Ceramic Science SectionThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkUSA

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