1st Edition

The Chemistry and Physics of Engineering Materials Limitations, Properties, and Models

Edited By Alexandr A. Berlin, Roman Joswik, Nikolai I. Vatin Copyright 2018
    410 Pages 94 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    410 Pages 94 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    410 Pages 94 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    This new volume focuses on the limitations, properties, and models in the chemistry and physics of engineering materials that have potential for applications in several disciplines of engineering and science. Contributions range from new methods to novel applications of existing methods.

    The collection of topics in this volume reflects the diversity of recent advances in chemistry and physics of engineering materials with a broad perspective that will be useful for scientists as well as for graduate students and engineers. This new book presents leading-edge research from around the world. Topics in the book include:

    • aerogels materials and technology

    • diffusion dynamics in nanomaterials

    • entropic nomograms

    • structural analyses of particulate-filled polymer nanocomposites mechanical properties

    • protection of rubbers against aging

    • structure-property correlation and forecast of corrosion

    This volume is also sold as part of a two-volume set. Volume 1 focuses on modern analytic methodologies in the chemistry and physics of engineering materials.

    1. Update on Aerogels Material and Technology

    Mandana Dilamian and A. K. Haghi 

    2. Quantum-Chemical Calculation of Pentacontacene and Hectacontacene by MNDO in Approximation of the Linear Molecular Model of Graphene

    V. A. Babkin et al. 

    3. A New Concept of Photosynthesis

    Gennady G. Komissarov 

    4. Entropic Nomogram

    G. ¿. Korablev et al. 

    5. The Structural Analysis of Particulate-Filled Polymer Nanocomposites Mechanical Properties

    G. E. Zaikov, G. V. Kozlov, and A. K. Mikitaev 

    6. The Reinforcement of Particulate-Filled Polymer Nanocomposites by Nano-Particles Aggregates

    G. E. Zaikov, G. V. Kozlov, and A. K. Mikitaev 

    7. The Fractal Model of Polymer Pairs Adhesion

    G. E. Zaikov et al. 

    8. A Review on Hyaluronan Biopolymer: Properties and Pharmaceutical Applications

    A. M. Omer, T. M .Tamer, and M. S. Mohyeldin 

    9. Oil Neutralization in the Turbulent Apparatus Confuser-Diffuser Design of Crude Oil Manufacture

    F. B. Shevlyakov et al.  

    10. Structure-Property Correlation and Forecast of Corrosion of the Alkenylarilamines Activity with the Help of Density Functional Theory

    R. N. Khusnitdinov et al. 

    11. Protection of Rubbers against Ageing with the use of Structural, Diffusion and Kinetic Effects

    V. F. Kablov and G. E. Zaikov


    Alexandr A. Berlin, DSc, is Director of the N. N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. He is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and many national and international associations. Dr. Berlin is world-renowned scientist in the field of chemical kinetics (combustion and flame), chemical physics (thermodynamics), chemistry and physics of oligomers, polymers, and composites and nanocomposites. He is a contributor to over 100 books and volumes and has written over 1000 original papers and reviews.

    Roman Joswik, PhD, is Director of the Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry in Warsaw, Poland. He is a specialist in the field of physical chemistry, chemical physics, radiochemistry, organic chemistry, and applied chemistry. He has published several hundred original scientific papers as well as reviews in the field of radiochemistry and applied chemistry.

    Nikolai I. Vatin, DSc, is Chief Scientific Editor of Magazine of Civil Engineering and Editor of Construction of Unique Buildings and Structures. He is also a specialist in the field of chemical technology. He published several hundred scientific papers (original and review) and several volumes and books.