Advanced structural and functional materials for protection by Ma Jan; Santhiagu Ezhilvalavan

By Ma Jan; Santhiagu Ezhilvalavan

Show description

Read Online or Download Advanced structural and functional materials for protection : selected, peer reviewed papers from the Symposium T on Advanced Structural and Functional Materials for Protection, International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT2011), PDF

Similar structural books

Structural Adhesives: Directory and Databook

A world listing of commercially on hand adhesive items to be used in a variety of engineering disciplines. besides product names and providers, easy estate info are tabulated and cross-referenced. The ebook is subdivided in line with category of adhesive, with introductions to every type through comparability tables and datasheets for every adhesive.

Energy: Management, Supply and Conservation

Power – its resource, safeguard, rate, and the potency of its use, are more and more vital matters for a various diversity of individuals. power: administration, offer and Conservation is a finished textual content facing the speculation and perform of the provision of strength, strength administration and auditing, and the layout of sustainable power amenities.

Structural Geology: Fundamentals and Modern Developments

This booklet presents a accomplished and up to date account of the basic features of structural geology with the emphasis on either classical options and smooth advancements. there's a unique account of the innovations of geometrical research and a legitimate historical past to the rules of geological deformation and in-depth research of mechanisms of formation of geological buildings.

Dynamics of Structures, 2nd Edition

This significant textbook offers accomplished insurance of the analytical instruments required to figure out the dynamic reaction of buildings. the subjects coated contain: formula of the equations of movement for unmarried- in addition to multi-degree-of-freedom discrete structures utilizing the foundations of either vector mechanics and analytical mechanics; loose vibration reaction; selection of frequencies and mode shapes; pressured vibration reaction to harmonic and basic forcing features; dynamic research of constant systems;and wave propagation research.

Additional resources for Advanced structural and functional materials for protection : selected, peer reviewed papers from the Symposium T on Advanced Structural and Functional Materials for Protection, International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT2011),

Example text

1. (a) XRD pattern of NiTi/TiOx/PZT/TiOx with different TiOx thickness (b) FESEM and (c) AFM image of NiTi/TiOx/PZT heterostructure for tTiOx = 15 nm It is evident from the XRD graphs that the (110) preferred orientation of NiTi top layer increases with increasing the thickness of TiOx buffer layer until a critical value (15 nm). Further increasing of thickness of TiOx buffer layer leads to decreasing of intensity of NiTi films. A uniform, dense and smooth microstructure for NiTi/TiOx(15nm)/PZT films is shown in Fig.

Krulevitvh, S. Lehew, J. A. Northup, Sensors and Actuators A 54 (1996) 755–759. [2] S. Gebhardt, L. Seffner, F. Schlenkrich, A. Schonecker, J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 27 (2007) 4177– 4180. J. B. Zhao, L. Lu, Thin Solid Films 515 (2006) 1445–1449. [4] N. K. Kharat, D. Kaur, Surface and Coatings Technology 205 (2011) 33873396. th, *corresponding author Keywords: RF-PECVD diamond-like carbon, surface stains, capacitance-voltage measurements, trapped charges Abstract This paper reports the investigation of a root cause of stain formation on the surfaces of diamondlike carbon (DLC) films.

The TiOx layer prior to PZT film deposition was grown to obtain the oriented PZT films with best electrical properties. (a) (b) (c) 200 nm 200 nm Fig. 1. (a) XRD pattern of NiTi/TiOx/PZT/TiOx with different TiOx thickness (b) FESEM and (c) AFM image of NiTi/TiOx/PZT heterostructure for tTiOx = 15 nm It is evident from the XRD graphs that the (110) preferred orientation of NiTi top layer increases with increasing the thickness of TiOx buffer layer until a critical value (15 nm). Further increasing of thickness of TiOx buffer layer leads to decreasing of intensity of NiTi films.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.30 of 5 – based on 34 votes