A book to read: Cellular Ceramics, Manufacturing, Properties and Applications: ISBN: 3-527-31320-6

logo_smallIf foamed glass is your passion, you should study the above book. Looking to glass foams as an example of a ceramic cellular structure is broadening your mind. The table of contents looks as follows, where you can also download a part of the glass foam chapter as a seducer to buy the book.
1 Introduction
1.1 Cellular Solids – Scaling of Properties
1.2 Liquid Foams – Precursors for Solid Foams
2 Manufacturing
2.1 Ceramic Foams
2.2 Honeycombs
2.3 3D Periodic Strutures
2.4 Connected Fibers: Fiber Felts and Mats
2.5 Microcellular Ceramics from Wood
2.6 Carbon Foams
2.7 Glass Foams
2.8 Hollow Spheres
2.9 Cellular Concrete
3 Structure
3.1 Characterization of Structure and Morphology
3.2 Modelling Structure-Property Relationships in Random Cellular Material
4 Properties
4.1 Mechanical Properties
4.2 Permeability
4.3 Thermal Properties
4.4 Electrical Properties
4.5 Acoustic Properties
5 Applications
5.1 Liquid Metal Filtration
5.2 Gas (Particulate) Filtration
5.3 Kiln Furnitures
5.4 Heterogeneously Catalysed Processes with Porous Cellular Ceramic Monoliths
5.5 Porous Burners
5.6 Acoustic Transfer in Ceramic Surfac Burners
5.6 Solar Radiation Conversion
5.7 Biomedical Applications: Tissue Engineering
5.9 Interpenetrating Composites
5.10 Porous Media in Internal Combustion Engines
5.11 Other Developments and Special Applications
Concluding Remarks

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