Applications in Industry, Engineering, and Environment
Jointly published with Capital Publishing Company
2013, XIX, 335 p. 98 illus., 9 illus. in color.
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Materials scientific, industrial and environmental aspects of clay within two covers
Lucid explanation for classification, origin, composition, structure and property of clay
Exhaustive description of applications of clays in industries
Comprehensive discussion of the environmental aspects of clay
Worked out questions/problems and excercises at the end of each section
This book is an attempt to provide a comprehensive and coherent description of three widely separated aspects of clays: the science of clays; the industrial uses of clays; and the role of clays in the environment. Most of the existing literature lacks such an integrated study and this work endeavours to fill that gap. An exhaustive account of the science of clays is presented in Part I of the book, which includes the classification, origin and evolution, composition and internal structure, chemical and physical properties of clays; soil mechanics; and analytical techniques for determining clay constituents. Part II provides a comprehensive description of the applications of clays and their derivatives in various industries, while Part III describes the role of clays in the environment; the pollution caused by clay minerals; and the application of clays in order to prevent environmental hazards. A principal feature of the book is its explanation of how the structure and composition of particular clay types facilitate their specific industrial or environmental applications, thus describing the interrelationship between three widely varying aspects of clay. A number of thought-provoking questions are raised at the end of the work in order to leave readers with a better insight in this regard.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Clay Properties - Environmental Impacts of Industrialisation - Environmental Protections from Natural Clays - Natural Clays and Soils - Property-related uses of Clays in Industry
From the Contents: Part I Classification of Clays Based on Origin and Chemical Constituents.- Formation of Clays in Nature: Origin and Evolution of Clay Minerals.- Constituents of Clay and their Internal Structure.- Part II Role of Clays in Industry – Application in Different Forms.- Part III Environmental Degradations During Clay Mining and Beneficiation.- Environmental Impacts of Clay-related Industries.
Distribution rights for SAARC countries: Capital Publishing Company