Director, New Product Development Center(NPDC) at Oklahoma State University
Currently working at
Herrington Professor in Advanced Materials, Director, New Product Development Center at
Helmerich Research Center, Oklahoma State University
- Director, Polymer Composite Materials at Advanced Ceramics Research
- Senior Scientist at MER Corporation
- Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins University
- Undergraduate student at Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University Read More…
Like that silicon in the 70’s led to the modern information technology industry,the development of advanced materials will fuel many of the emerging industries that will address challenges in energy,defense,ceramic, health care and other areas.
Prepared by an ad hoc group of the National Science and Technology Council, this initiative proposes a new national infrastructure for data sharing and analysis that will provide a greatly enhanced knowledge base to scientists and engineers designing new materials. Read More…
“In the UK or in Japan, the ceramic has a very different role, than in Austria, analyzed Erika Novak. “This has no tradition of our art,” locates Roland Summer, who has his studio at the Workhorse, the roots of ignorance of local ceramics. Read More…
Castellon City Council demonstrates its commitment once more for the urban use of ceramics and install an interactive and educational for niñ n@ s in public Read More…
Choosing your ceramic tile might be the hardest part of a tile project. There are literally thousands of colors, sizes, styles, shapes and grades to choose from. The trend in ceramic tile used to be to stay as neutral as possible. In fact, most of the tiles sold for home use were either white, almond or gray. Nowadays, Read More…
A step on ceramic tile is a step onto centuries of history in tile development and manufacture. Ceramic tile is among the most widely used flooring tile because of its durability. It has long been employed in a broad range of nvironments from residential homes and schools to government buildings and houses of worship. In Europe, tile has been the predominant flooring choice throughout the house since its early creation. While in the US, Read More…
ALERT ceramic fiber board are made from refractory ceramic fiber bulk with inorganic and suitable organic binders. The mixture is vacuum processed into boards or formed shapes that keep good mechanical strength after heating. we can manufacture various fiber boards which can be applicable for different temperatures. Water and oil won’t damage the board; it retains its excellent physical properties. Read More…
Development of international trade has been the key to success in 2006 for Crewe company Dynamic-Ceramic Ltd.Exporting almost 60 per cent of its specialist ceramic components, it boosted overseas sales by two thirds.Overall exports saw an increase of 63 per cent amid a dramatic increase in output and orders during the past year rocketing overseas sales from £1,341,000 to £2,185,000. Read More…
Mats are produced ceramic as an inorganic material, without the addition of binders, pre – annealed in the production process.
The use of ceramic mat:
- The initial product in the manufacture of tiered blocks, Z-blocks, straps, pressed lines, modules, cut and pressed fittings,
- To comply with adhesive, or kotwionych to the refractory walls of the carapace wyłożeń vault and stoves, furnaces to heat treatment furnaces wgłębnych, przepychowych furnaces, pokrocznych, furnaces industrial ceramics, non-ferrous metals, Read More…
The decoration on the wet clay is certainly the first that took place unconsciously, and that it left traces on the fingers of the first objects that produced pottery and clay.
It is a widely used technique that is used regularly all potters. Is to make incisions with any useful or stick of modeling clay while still tender and the piece is still spinning in the lathe. Read More…