Ceramics in Energy Applications
- Institute of Energy, 18 Devonshire Street, London W1N 2AV, UK
Ceramics are unique products, in a wide variety of forms, with an ever increasing range of applications. Ceramics in Energy Applications contains contributions on material solutions to new and existing applications of interest to energy suppliers and users. The book considers the latest developments in ceramics materials for both high and low temperatures for a wide variety of uses by a wide array of energy technology users. Topics covered include new developments and applications, power generation, energy saving and heat transfer, sensors and catalysts, and evaluation and performance.
Manufacturers and users of ceramics, process engineers, energy equipment manufacturers, fuel suppliers, consultants, energy managers and those involved in research and development.