New Ceramic Design
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📒New Ceramic Design ✍ Edmund De Waal
✏New Ceramic Design Book Summary : "New Ceramic Design presents the best works of 70 exceptional contemporary artists. It is a truly personal collection, characterized by quiet elegance, spare line and unencumbered design. The collection is displayed in 250 full-color photographs, accompanied by a commentary rich in insight and warm with appreciation of these subtle masterpieces."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒New Ceramic Surface Design ✍ Molly Hatch
✏New Ceramic Surface Design Book Summary : Take your ceramic surface design to the next level with these awesome ideas and projects for drawing, printing, painting and stenciling on clay. New Ceramic Surface Design introduces a wide range of surface decoration techniques in an approachable and accessible way for everyone. Ceramic design expert Molly Hatch guides beginners and more advanced artists through various methods of creating designs on clay. Readers will be introduced to several different and new ways to create their own imagery and content for the ceramic â?¿surface. Techniques include Mishima, tape resists, rubber stamping, and doodling to create line art, stamping, nature resists, found objects, and shellac resists to create textures, and sticker resists, contact paper stencils, paper resists, and Sgrafitto to create shaped designs. Detailed step photography and hand-drawn illustrations document the processes and show beautiful completed samples. Templates and stencils are supplied for convenience in re-creating the surfaces outlined in the crafter's projects. With so many ways to decorate clay surfaces in New Ceramic Surface Design, you'll create endless, gorgeous pottery designs!
📒Mechanical Testing Methodology For Ceramic Design And Reliability ✍ David C. Cranmer
✏Mechanical Testing Methodology for Ceramic Design and Reliability Book Summary : Describing the theoretical aspects of chemistry and microstructure that affect mechanical properties, this work offers coverage of ceramic mechanical property measurement techniques for use in component design as well as lifetime and reliability predictions. It presents procedures from both room- and elevated-temperature applications.
📒New Wave Clay ✍ Tom Morris
✏New Wave Clay Book Summary : New Wave Clay unpicks the zeitgeist and aesthetic of an exciting discipline with intelligence, insight and indulgence. Against the backdrop of the digital age and shiny screens, a whole new generation of craftspeople, designers and artists are realizing the pleasure of working with clay and bringing a fresh perspective to the material. Today, there is a lively crossover between craft, design, sculpture and technology that is rethinking ceramics: what you can make with it, what it looks like and who makes it. New Wave Clay is a global survey of 55 imaginative ceramicists that are leading this craft revival. They include classically trained potters who create design-led pieces, product designers who use clay as a means of creative expression, as well as fine artists, architects, decorators, illustrators, sculptors and graphic designers. Their collective output goes far beyond pots into ceramic furniture, sculpture, murals, wall reliefs, small-scale architecture and 3D printing. The book is divided into four thematic sections and features special contributions from Edmund de Waal, Hella Jongerius, Grayson Perry, Martin Brudnizki and Sarah Griffin discussing craft, industry, ornament, decorating and collecting. New Wave Clay is an image-led, dynamic study of the exciting new generation jumpstarting this age-old art. Features - A 296-page survey of 55 international ceramicists who bridge the worlds of product design, interiors, fine art and luxury craftsmanship. - Four thematic chapters are accompanied by interviews and written contributions on the subject from designers, decorators and collectors. - Richly illustrated, New Wave Clay is an image-led, dynamic book that aims to demonstrate the contemporary condition of this age-old art. - Instead of focusing on traditional craft ware and functional pieces, this title focuses on the community of ceramicists who create design-led works.
✏New structural materials technologies opportunities for the use of advanced ceramics and composites Book Summary :
📒Ceramic Design From 1860 ✍ Bonhams (Firm : 2001)
✏Ceramic design from 1860 Book Summary :
📒1981 New England Section Topical Meeting On Nonoxide Ceramics ✍ William J. Smothers
✏1981 New England Section Topical Meeting on Nonoxide Ceramics Book Summary : This volume is part of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding (CESP) series. This series contains a collection of papers dealing with issues in both traditional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain enamel) and advanced ceramics. Topics covered in the area of advanced ceramic include bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, solid oxide fuel cells, mechanical properties and structural design, advanced ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.
📒Bioceramics In Joint Arthroplasty ✍ Jean-Yves Lazennec
✏Bioceramics in Joint Arthroplasty Book Summary : The latest scientific and clinical information regarding the use of ceramics in orthopaedic surgery. CeramTec has had a long and close relationship with the French orthopaedic community and this community has been an incontestable pioneer in the use of ceramic in this field of orthopaedics. That is why the symposium takes place in Paris under the presidency of Professor J.-Y. Lazennec, Hôpital Pitié Salpêtrière.
📒Design Of Tools For Deformation Processes ✍ T. Z. Blazynski
✏Design of Tools for Deformation Processes Book Summary : Although the problem of tool design - involving both the selection of suitable geometry and material- has exercised the attention of metal forming engineers for as long as this industrial activity has existed, the approach to its solution has been generally that of the 'trial and error' variety. It is only relatively recently that the continuing expansion of the bulk metal-forming industry, combined with an increase in the degree of sophistication required of its products and processes, has focussed attention on the problem of optimisation of tool design. This, in turn, produced a considerable expansion of theoretical and practical investi gations of the existing methods, techniques r,nd concepts, and helped to systematise our thinking and ideas in this area of engineering activity. In the virtual absence, so far, of a single, encyclopaedic, but sufficien tly deep, summation of the state of the art, a group of engineers and materials scientists felt that an opportune moment had arrived to try and produce, concisely, answers to many tool designers' dilemmas. This book attempts to set, in perspective, the existing - and proven - concepts of design, to show their respective advantages and weaknesses and to indicate how they should be applied to the individual main forming processes of rolling, drawing, extrusion and forging.