|Other titles||Cellular and microcellular materials|
|Statement||sponsored by the Materials Division, ASME ; edited by Vipin Kumar.|
|Series||MD ;, vol. 91, MD (Series) ;, v. 91.|
|Contributions||Kumar, Vipin., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Materials Division., International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (2000 : Orlando, Fla.)|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.F6 P668 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||2001267712|
Providing the reader with a solid understanding of the fundamentals as well as an awareness of recent advances in properties and applications of cellular and porous materials, this handbook and ready reference covers all important analytical and numerical methods for characterizing and predicting thermal properties. Cellular and Porous Materials Book Description: Providing the reader with a solid understanding of the fundamentals as well as an awareness of recent advances in properties and applications of cellular and porous materials, this handbook and ready reference covers all important analytical and numerical methods for characterizing and predicting thermal properties. The book covers the state-of-the-art treatment in modelling and experimental investigation of the mechanical behaviour of cellular and porous materials. Starting from the continuum mechanical modelling, to the numerical simulation, several important questions related to applications such as the fracture and impact behaviour are covered. 1. Introduction. Knowledge of the pressure drop required to drive forced flow of a given fluid through an open-porous structure, be it a packed bed of granular material or an open-porous cellular material, is of considerable interest to chemical process engineering, to studies of drainage in soils, or to forced fluid flow through microcellular materials as used, e.g., for improved heat.
- Buy Porous, Cellular and Microcellular Materials - (MD (Series), Vol. ) book online at best prices in India on Read Porous, Cellular and Microcellular Materials - (MD (Series), Vol. ) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Paperback. Y. Paul Handa, Zhiyi Zhang, Sorption, Diffusion, and Dilation in Linear and Branched Polycarbonate–CO 2 Systems in Relation to Solid State Processing of Microcellular Foams, Cellular Polymers, /, 21, 4, (), (). The cell structure of microcellular is normally closed with gas trap within the cell. Since the blowing can be controlled the final products density varies, the bigger the cell size the lower the density and the softer the material. This gives the material a porous or cellular structure and a . Vol Issue 17 (Focus Issue: Advances in the Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties of Bulk Porous Materials) 14 September , pp. Porous materials: Less is more.
Cellular materials are thus widely used in engineering and also represent a high proportion of natural structural “materials” such as wood or bone. Highly porous polymers are well known and quite usual, as are of course the many natural porous materials; comparatively, highly porous metals are . “The Fundamentals of Continuous Microcellular Foaming in Extrusion”, Japanese Society of Polymer Processing (JSPP), 3rd Conference on Microcellular Foaming, pp. , Osaka, Japan, Septem In book: 26th Annual Conference on Composites, Advanced Ceramics, Materials, and Structures: B: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Vol Issue 4, pp - Cite this publication. Cellular ceramics are a specific class of porous materials which includes among others foams, honeycombs, connected fibers, robocast structures and assembled hollow spheres. Because of their particular structure, cellular ceramics display a wide variety of specific properties which make them indispensable for various engineering applications.