Centrifugal Materials Processing; L.L. Regel, W.R. Wilcox. Convection in Crystal Growth under High Gravity on a Centrifuge; J. Friedrich, G. Müller. Segregation in Crystal Growth under High Gravity on a Centrifuge: A Comparison between Experimental and Theoretical Results; J. Friedrich, G. Müller. Analysis of Thermal Convection in Molten Tin Under Centrifugal Conditions; L. Bergelin, A. Chevy. Thermal Stability During Centrifugation: Flow Visualization Experiment; Numerical Results; W.A. Arnold, L.L. Regel. Flow Visualization Study of Convection in a Centrifuge; P.V. Skudarnov, et al. Determination of Solid/Melt Interface Shape and Growth Rate During Gradient Freeze Solidification on a Centrifuge Using Current Interface Demarcation; I. Moskowitz, et al. In Situ Observation of Directional Solidification in High Gravity; Y. Inatomi, et al. Impurity Distribution and Superconducting Properties of PbTe:T1 Crystals Grown in a Centrifuge; R. Parfeniev, et al. A Low Cost Centrifuge for Materials Processing in High Gravity; Y.A. Chen, et al. 20 Additional Articles. Index.
It is not good to have zeal without knowledge . . . . Book of Proverbs This volume constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Materials Processing at High Gravity. It offers the latest results in a new field with immense potential for commercialization, making this book a vital resource for research and development professionals in industry, academia and government. We have titled the proceedings Centrifugal Materials Processing to emphasize that centrifugation causes more than an increase in acceleration. It also introduces the Coriolis force and a gradient of acceleration, both of which have been discovered to play important roles in materials processing. The workshop was held June 2-8, 1996 on the campus of Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, under the sponsorship of Corning Corporation and the International Center for Gravity Materials Science and Applications. The meeting was very productive and exciting, with energetic discussions of the latest discoveries in centrifugal materials processing, continuing the atmosphere of the first workshop held in 1991 at Dubna (Russia) and the second workshop held in 1993 in Potsdam, New York. Results and research plans were presented for a wide variety of centrifugal materials processing, including directional solidification of semiconductors, crystallization of high Tc superconductors, growth of diamond thin films, welding, alloy casting, solution behavior and growth, protein crystal growth, polymerization, and flow behavior. Also described were several centrifuge facilities that have been constructed for research, with costs beginning at below $1000.
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