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Dental refractories and ceramics.

Derek Williams Jones

Dental refractories and ceramics.

by Derek Williams Jones

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University ofBirmingham, Department of Dental Prosthetics.

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The book establishes refractories as a class of ceramics with high fusion points, introduces the fundamentals of refractories and ceramics, and also addresses several applications for each. Understand Ceramic Properties and Refractory Behavior The book details applications for natural and synthetic ceramics, as well as traditional and. Summary This work describes current engineering practices and techniques in the fields of ceramics in the Soviet Union. Appearing for the first time in English, the book will be extremely useful as a text for ceramic education and as a reference guide for anyone in the field. Techniques are treated in detail not heretofore g: Dental refractories.

All Refractories Are Ceramics but Not All Ceramics Are Refractories. Ceramics and refractories cover a wide range of fields and applications, and their relevance can be traced as far back as 24, BC to the first man-made piece of earthenware, and as recently as the late s when ceramics and ceramic matrix composites were developed to withstand ultra-high temperatures. RCF is a refractory ceramic fibre material, also know as (ASW) Alumino Silicate Wool. Morgan brands include Kaowool® and Cera® Products. Whilst the values and application information in this Product Data Book are typical, they are given for guidance only. The values and the information given are subject to.


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