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Limited time only: ACerS/Wiley offer free access to top content of journals and books

By Eileen De Guire / February 8, 2013

This deal is better than Costco’s free food samples on Saturday morning. Through March 31, The American Ceramic Society and its publishing partner, Wiley, have teamed up to offer Ceramic Tech Today readers a no-cost opportunity to explore and preview some of the Society’s best technical papers and books. And by “best” I mean really…

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New E-beam thermal shock test of MgO-C steelmaking refractories

By Eileen De Guire / November 30, 2012

SEM image of the cross section of the test specimen of the erosion zone, MgO particles are disconnected and removed, and no additional decarburization in surface regions was observed. Credit: Thomser; ACT, Wiley. Unless you live in an igloo (and maybe not even then), you know that the steel industry is enormous. According to a…

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Free, top cited articles from ACerS journals for a limited time

By Eileen De Guire / July 22, 2012
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JACerS impact factor increases for third consecutive year

By Eileen De Guire / July 3, 2012

The impact factor of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society increases for the third straight year. Credit: ACerS; Wiley. Thomson Reuters has released its annual report on journal impact factors, and the news for The American Ceramic Society continues to be very good with two Society journals listed in the top six of the…

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Previews from the Intl. Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology

By Eileen De Guire / January 5, 2012

New papers that have been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology are posted to “Early View” on the Wiley website and can be read even before the issue is printed. Below are summaries of selected papers currently available via Early View. All members of The American Ceramic Society receive free…

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ACerS journals strong and growing: 2010 impact factors and other metrics

By Eileen De Guire / July 21, 2011

2010 impact factor and other metrics demonstrate long term value of ACerS publications. Most participants in the scholarly publishing process take a keen interest in the journal impact factor, a yearly metric issued by Thomson Reuters. The 2010 IFs were just released and the news for ACerS journals is very good. Of the three journals…

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ACT top 10 journals in Ceramics category

By / July 19, 2011

With its new Impact Factor of 1.280, the International journal of Applied Ceramic Technology is listed under the Top 10 journals in the category Ceramics.

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New ACerS/Wiley Download Direct program for ACerS members

By Eileen De Guire / July 14, 2011

Articles from the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, and the International Journal of Applied Glass Science can be downloaded free by ACerS members. ACerS’ publishing partner Wiley is making a limited number of free article downloads from their comprehensive Online Library (each valued at $30) available to…

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New paint pigment for ceramic tiles can cool Thai roofs by 2°C

By / June 8, 2011

Houses in Thailand typically have steep roofs and may benefit from new, cooler ceramic tile pigment. Credit: Wikipedia. A two-degree temperature drop in room temperature may not sound like a lot, but it can make a huge difference in a nation’s aggregate energy costs and investments. This is particularly true in a warm climate nation…

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Adaptive Materials scores Michigan $3M microtubular solid oxide fuel cell award

By / March 30, 2010

Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials Inc, a specialist in making microtubular solid oxide fuel cells, announced yesterday that it has won $3 million in new funding through Michigan’s Centers of Energy Excellence Program. AMI, until now, has focused most of its efforts on military uses for its SOFCs, such as soldier-worn units, power sources for unmanned…

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