electroceramics


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electroceramics

[i‚lek·trō·sə′ram·iks]
(materials)
Ceramic materials having electrical and other properties which make them suitable for use as insulators for power lines and in electrical components.
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Advances in energy harvesting using low profile piezoelectric transducers, Journal of Electroceramics 19(1): 167-184.
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Asian Meeting on Electroceramics (3d) and Meeting of Ceramics Society of Japan (12th: 2008: Tsukuba, Japan) Ed.
Clive Randall (Penn State), who heads the Center for Dielectric Studies (a consortium of over 20 companies), continued the topic of electroceramics and presented an industrial perspective on local phenomena which control the time-dependent performance of dielectric and piezoelectric materials.
Wang, "Conduction and Gas-Surface Reaction Modeling in Metal Oxide Gas Sensors," Journal of Electroceramics, 6(1), 27-41 (2001).
In the electronic materials business, sales of semiconductor-processing specialty gases, rare earth magnetic alloys and electroceramics increased due to the rise in shipment volumes.
IONOTEC produces electroceramics - specialised, high-performance materials for use in, for example, power systems.
Some 150 researchers, engineers, and students discussed and exchanged information concerning recent developments in the science and technology of electroceramics.
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Other topics include material science, the transport of elastic properties of thin layers, highly filled contrast composites, and the analysis of effective properties of electroceramics.
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