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Shock Waves for Industrial Applications

ISBN/ASIN: 9780815519997,9780815511700,0815519990,1591245648,9781591245643,0815511701 | 1998 | English | rar | 541/0 pages | 22.6 Mb
Publisher: William Andrew Publishing/Noyes | Author: Murr, Lawrence E. (Eds.)

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the principles and industrial applications of shock waves to materials fabrication and manufacturing processes. It covers metals and alloys, ceramics, and polymers either as powders or composites. It is aimed at the industrialist, managers of technology, manufacturers, and those involved in a host of manufacturing processes where shock wave fabrication may provide some novel approaches and new process insights.
• Front Matter
• Preface
• Table of Contents
1. Shock Wave Fundamentals: Effects on the Structure and Behavior of Engineering Materials
2. Shock Hardening and Strengthening
3. Explosive Forming and Material Working Applications
4. Process Parameters of Explosive Forming and Applications in the Automotive Industry
5. Explosion Welding: Parameters, Structures, Properties and Applications of Bimetals
6. Explosive Welding and Bonding of Multilaminates
7. Principles and Applications of Shock Wave Compaction and Consolidation of Powdered Materials
8. Explosive Shock Wave Consolidation of Metal and Ceramic Powders
9. Shock Wave Powder Compaction: State of the Art and Trends in the USSR
10. Shock Compaction and Consolidation of Non-Oxide Ceramic Powders as a Manufacturing Process
11. Shock Compaction and Consolidation of Polymer Powders
12. Shock Wave Sensitization, Shock-Induced Reactivity, and New Materials Fabrication
13. Fabrication of Novel, Bulk Superconductor Composites by Simultaneous Explosive Consolidation and Bonding
• Index

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