Engineering Ceramics - Engineering Materials (Paperback)Murat Bengisu (author)
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A handy reference for technicians who want to understand the nature, properties and applications, of engineering ceramics. The book meets the needs of those working in the ceramics industry, as well as of technicians and engineers involved in the application of ceramic materials.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Number of pages: 620
Weight: 973 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 32 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2001
From the reviews:
"Bengisu's book ... clearly fills a gap in the current textbook literature on ceramic science and technology ... . Due to the well designed conception and the highly didactic style the present book may be expected to become a standard text in teaching ceramic science and engineering for the next decade. ... the approx. 1000 references to original papers, including rather recent ones, make it an excellent reference manual for graduate students, technicians and researchers." (Eva Gregorova, Ceramics, Vol. 46 (3), 2002)
"There is a considerable need for a graduate level introductory text that updates earlier major volumes on advanced ceramics ... . Engineering Ceramics, by Murat Bengisu, is aimed at fulfilling this requirement. ... At 620 pages this is a `meaty' volume, offering seven chapters and more than eighty pages of extremely useful appendices ... . it can be recommended to anyone looking for a general overview of recent developments in advanced ceramics ... . Particularly, it will be useful for scientists and engineers ... ." (K Plucknett, Materials World, Vol. 10 (9), 2002)
"This book is a handy reference for technicians who want to understand the nature, properties and applications of Engineering Ceramics. It meets the needs of those working in the ceramics industry, as well as of technicians and engineers ... . The book is also a comprehensive textbook for introductory ceramics courses since it incorporates all the subjects usually covered ... . all of the topics covered are treated in sufficient detail and depth." (Interceram, Vol. 51 (1), 2002)
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