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E-Ceramics 2012 report

 

ACerS 110th Anniversary Celebration: 11 best papers 
The 11 best published papers from Journal of the American Ceramic Society and the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology published from 1925–2007.

 

Bulletin feature article downloads

Advanced ceramics

Inside the engine environment—Synchrotrons reveal secrets of high-temperature ceramic coatings

It’s tough to be strong: Advances in bioinspired structural ceramic–based materials

MAX phases: Bridging the gap between metals and ceramics

Transparent polycrystalline cubic spinels protect and defend

A bright future for glass-ceramics

Additive manufacturing–Turning manufacturing inside out

Art & archaeology

Discovering the material secrets of art: Tools of cultural heritage science

Bioceramics

Nanoceramic sensors for medical applications

‘Cotton candy’ that heals? Borate glass nanofibers look promising

Personal prototyping: Ceramics-based 3-D inkjet and laser printing technology offers customized tissue engineering, body parts and more

Cements

Straight talk with Karen Scrivener on cements, CO2, and sustainable development

Breaking the reconstruction logjam

Bound for new frontiers: Cement researchers are bringing new strength, flexibility, self-healing capabilities and a smaller CO2 footprint to industry

Electronics

Piezotronics: A new field of strain-engineered functional semiconductor devices

High-temperature oxide thermoelectrics

Energy 

Hidden treasures: Turning food waste into glass

Developments in electrohydrodynamic forming: Fabricating nanomaterials from charged liquids via electrospinning and electrospraying

Small-scale modular windmill

Getting renewables to the marketplace: A profile of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Energy harvesting: New materials and systems glean untapped microsources and megasources to power minisensors, electronics, remote surveillance equipment and even soldiers

Microspheres for energy applications

A123 Systems: Eight hard years for an ‘overnight success’

Lithium lowdown: Will Bolivia’s Evo Morales’ terms for mining block the road to battery innovation?

Solid oxide fuel cell commercialization, research, and challenges

Proppants for shale gas and oil recovery. Engineering ceramics for stimulation of unconventional energy resources

Environment

Clearing the air: Gas grief goes with new Selee filter

Glass

Touchscreen surface warfare—Physics and chemistry of antimicrobial behavior of ion-exchanged silver in glass

Molten-core fabrication of novel optical fibers

Usable glass strength coalition: Patience, perseverance, and progress

Global

Business, licensing and intellectual property management

Ceramics in Australia: Raw and advanced materials drive Land Down Under’s global reach

India: Crossroads of traditional and advanced ceramics

German ceramics market

Canadian ceramic clout and modern Mexico: Far-reaching research

Ceramic advances in Japan: Achieving new breakthroughs, meeting new challenges

Nanotechnology

Graphene nanocomposite coatings for protecting low-alloy steels from corrosion

Nanoscale ceramic surface modification of textiles by atomic layer deposition

Nanophase ceramics for Improved drug delivery

Nuclear

Materials for nuclear energy in the post-Fukushima era, an interview with John Marra

Refractories

Innovation at Unifrax: A win–win proposition

Rare earths: Restricted

Ceramics in South American and practical progress in Brazil

Case study—Applying lateral thinking to process development and optimization of specialty kiln furniture

 

ACerS/Wiley Download Direct

ACerS publishing partner Wiley makes a limited number of article downloads from their comprehensive Online Library (each valued at $30) available to members on a monthly basis. Each ACerS member is entitle to one FREE download per month. Members need to be logged in to the ACerS site before clicking on the link below.

If you need more than one article in any given month, contact Dee Haignere to see if additional downloads are available. At this time, the Download Direct program is not available to Material Advantage students. 

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