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Hot Isostatic Pressing— Theory and Applications

Proceedings of the Third International Conference Osaka, Japan 10-14 June 1991

  • M. Koizumi

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. 1. Plenary Lecture

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
  3. 2. Modeling and Theory

  4. 3. Advanced Ceramics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 47-47
    2. Yoshiro Noda, Toru Shimamori, Masakazu Watanabe
      Pages 55-60
    3. Yushi Horiuchi, Kyoichi Ichinoseki, Yoshio Nakamura
      Pages 61-66
    4. Sang S. Kim, Sunggi Baik
      Pages 67-72
    5. Isao Tanaka, Giuseppe Pezzotti, Taira Okamoto, Yoshinari Miyamoto, Koichi Niihara
      Pages 73-78
    6. Jianren Zeng, Isao Tanaka, Yoshinari Miyamoto, Osamu Yamada, Koichi Niihara
      Pages 79-84
    7. András Kele, Péter Arató, Elizabeth Besenyei, János Lábár, Ferenc Wéber
      Pages 85-90
    8. Kiichi Oda, Hiroyuki Mizuta, Yasuo Shibasaki, Masaki Maeda, Michihide Machida, Kazuyuki Ohshima
      Pages 91-95
    9. Shiro Torizuka, Hiroaki Nishio, Atsushi Chino, Youichi Ishibashi
      Pages 97-103
    10. Akio Watanabe, Hajime Hanade, Takayasu Ikegami, Junzou Tanaka, Yusuke Moriyoshi, Shin-ichi Shirasaki et al.
      Pages 105-110
    11. Heiki Hoshi, Sachio Nagayama
      Pages 111-116
    12. Naoyuki Kitamura, Yutaka Toguchi, Shigeki Funo, Isao Kondoh, Hiroshi Yamashita
      Pages 117-122
    13. Jin-Young Kim, Nozomu Uchida, Zenji Kato, Akira Miyamoto, Keizo Uematsu
      Pages 129-134
    14. Takao Fujikawa, Yasuo Manabe, Tsuneo Tatsuno, Takayuki Miyatake
      Pages 135-142
    15. Naoto Hirosaki, Akira Okada
      Pages 143-148
    16. Tanguy Rouxel, Jean-Francois Anger, Jean-Louis Besson, Paul Goursat
      Pages 149-154
    17. Petra DÖtsch, Matthias Steiner, Jurgen Heinrich
      Pages 155-163
    18. H.-J. Ritzhaupt-Kleissl, A. Kühne, R. Oberacker
      Pages 165-170
    19. Akira Kitamura, Shoji Kubodera, Hideharu Yamamoto, Akira Miyamoto, Takashi Tsukui
      Pages 171-174
    20. Sachio Toyota, Mitsuhiro Takata
      Pages 175-180
    21. Masayasu Komuro, Nozomu Uchida, Zenji Kato, Jun Harada, Keizo Uematsu
      Pages 181-186
    22. Osamu Nakano, Mitsuhiko Furukawa
      Pages 187-191
  5. 4. Metals and Alloys

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 193-193
    2. M. Lafer, D. Bouvard, P. Stutz, M. Pierronnet, G. Raisson
      Pages 209-214
    3. W. A. Kaysser, R. Laag, J. C. Murray, G. Petzow
      Pages 215-222
    4. Hiroshi Kimura, Kazutoshi Toda, Tutomu Yuine
      Pages 223-228
    5. Jean-Pierre Auger, Gérard Raisson, Michel Pierronnet
      Pages 229-234
    6. Hoshiaki Terao, Teruhisa Ohki, Jun Oota, Masato Togawa, Hideyuki Tokuda
      Pages 235-240
    7. Marcel Boncoeur, Frederic Valin, Gerard Raisson, Herve Michaud
      Pages 247-252
    8. Hideo Fujita, Jun Funakoshi, Suejiro Yosino, Yutaka Nakai, Takao Mihara
      Pages 253-258
    9. Hiroshi Ona, Shigeki Ichikawa, Toshiharu Anndou, Akira Nishioka
      Pages 275-280
    10. V. A. GoloveshKin, V. N. Samarov, D. G. Seliverstov, A. M. Kasberovich
      Pages 281-294
    11. Atsushi Kakitsuji, Hiroki Miyamoto
      Pages 295-300

About these proceedings

Introduction

The HIP process was originally devised for diffusion bonding of nuclear fuel elements at Battelle Memorial Institute in the United States in the mid-1950s. This innovative technique has been a subject of global research and development, and was applied to the cemented carbide industry at the end of the 1960s by ASEAj Sandvik. Since then this process has been applied to many kinds of industrial materials, including tool steel, superalloys and electronic and ceramic materials. In very recent years, HIPing technology has been applied even to R& D of high temperature superconducting materials and of a composite process with self­ combustion reaction. On this occasion we should recognize that the 3rd HIP Conference was held in the midst of such progress of HIP technology, and that it was the first international conference which was held in Asia in the field of HIP and CIP technologies. The conference was very successful, with about 250 participants from 13 countries, including Japan. About 90 presentations, including nine invited lecturers, 44 oral and 35 poster presentations, were offered, and all contributions were at a high level and contained valuable results which had been attained in recent years.

Keywords

Japan ceramics glass metals

Editors and affiliations

  • M. Koizumi
    • 1
  1. 1.Ryukoku UniversityJapan

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-2900-8
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1992
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-85166-744-4
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-2900-8
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