The extent of experimentation with high pressures has become so great that it appears timely to publish a book in this field. The author, D. S. Tsiklis, is already known to persons working with high pressures as a sound reviewer and compiler, as from Bridgman's mention of him in qPhysics of High Pressures, q Bell a Co. , 1949. The present book offers a wide scope of comparison of equipment and procedures used with high pres sures. The original application of topics was to physics and chemistry, but it can be seen that the text material is equally useful in earth sciences and engineering. Some of the fields to which the subject matter is being ap plied are: Synthesis of new phases under high pressures Chemical reactions under high pressures Measurements of physical properties ofmaterials under high pressures Rock mechanics Metalworking under high pressures Mechanical design associated with high pressures It is believed that this book will serve as a sound general basis for experimentation with high pressure for many years. The references in the book are up to date (1965) and large in num ber. The illustrations can serve as assembly drawings from which detail drawings can be made; for this reason, the figures in the English edition are reproduced to larger scale than in the original Russian.A number of methods have been suggested for investigating phase equilibria in systems of water and a solid body, all characterized by the fact that the pressure in the vessel is created by the evaporation of water as the high-pressure vessel is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Techniques in High-Pressure Research and Engineering|
|Author||:||Daniel S. Tsiklis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|