Advances in Functionally Graded Materials and Structures

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By Abdul Wahab Posted on Dec 7, 2020
In Category - eBooks, Chemistry
Farzad Ebrahimi 978-953-51-2274-6 ExLi4EvA 2006
Functionally graded materials (FGMs) were initially designed as thermal barrier materials for aerospace structures and fusion reactors and now they are also considered as potential structural materials for future high-speed spacecraft and recently are being increasingly considered in various applications to maximize strengths and integrities of many engineering structures.

Functionally graded materials (FGMs) were initially designed as
thermal barrier materials for aerospace structures and fusion
reactors and now they are also considered as potential structural
materials for future high-speed spacecraft and recently are being
increasingly considered in various applications to maximize
strengths and integrities of many engineering structures.
This book is a result of contributions of experts from international
scientific community working in different aspects of FGMs and
structures and reports on the state of the art research and
development findings on this topic through original and innovative
research studies.
Through its six chapters the reader will have access to works
related to processing, sintering properties and applications of
functionally graded ceramics and new processing routes for FGMs
while it introduces some specific applications, such as functionally
graded annular fins and the high-performance self-lubricating
ceramic composites with laminated graded structure. Besides, it
presents an experimental crack propagation analysis of aluminum
matrix FGMs and a unified accurate solution for three-dimensional
vibration analysis of functionally graded plates and cylindrical
shells with general boundary conditions.

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