05-MCM-3-W6M Technical Ceramics

Representatives: Michael Wendschuh, Kurosch Rezwan

Content

Introduction to characteristic properties of technical ceramics and their development, engineering, and utilization.

This is one of two elective modules with lectures generally presented in German and occasionally in English.

Learning Outcome

The students will be able to understand structure - property relationships of technical ceramics and their utilization.

Requirements

No special knowledge required except the contents of module 05M-MCM-1-P5 Materials Science

Workload

180 hours / 6 CP
Ceramics lab course
• time for lectures and exercises (2 SWS x 14 weeks) 28 h
• time for preparation and post processing 38 h
• time for exams and preparation 24 h

Ceramic Nanotechnology
• time for lectures and exercises (3 SWS x 14 weeks) 42 h
• time for preparation and post processing 25 h
• time for exams and preparation 23 h

Examination

module exam (one mark): oral exam

Literature

• H. Schaumburg, Werkstoffe und Bauelemente der Elektronik, Band 5, Keramik, Stuttgart 1994
• H.-D. Dörfler, Grenzflächen- und Kolloidchemie, Weinheim 1994
• W.-M- Kulicke, Fließverhalten von Stoffen und Stoffgemischen, Heidelberg 1986
• Thümmker, R. Oberacker, Introduction to Power Metallurgy, Cambridge 1993
• Jürgen G. Heinrich, Introduction to the Principles of Ceramic Forming
• Reed J.S., Principles of Ceramic Processing, Wiley and Sons, New York ISBN: 0-471-59721-X
• Hunter R. J., Introduction to Modern Colloid Science, Oxford Science, Oxford ISBN 0-19-855386-2
• Lagaly, Schulz, Zimehl, Dispersionen und Emulsionen, Steinkopff Verlag ISBN 3-7985-1087-3
• Brinker C.J., Scherer G.W., Sol-Gel Science – The Physics and Chemistry of Sol-Gel Processing, Academic press, Inc. San Diego ISBN 0-12-134970-5
• Ring T.A., Fundamentals of Ceramic Powder Processing and Synthesis, Academic Press, San Diego (1996) ISBN: 0-12-588930-5
• Kollenberg W., Technische Keramik, Vulkan-Verlag Essen (2004) ISBN 3-8027-2927-7


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