Video Lectures

Glass Courses Tought at LaMaV - UFSCar

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

Lecture 1, "The viscosity of glass-forming oxide liquids", Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

The viscosity of glass-forming oxide liquids - Part 2

Lecture 2, "
The viscosity of glass-forming oxide liquids - Part 2", Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Relaxation and definition of glass

Lecture 3, "Relaxation and definition of glass" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

Oxide Glass Structure
Lecture 4, "Oxide Glass Structure" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Aula 5 - Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

Lecture 5, "Liquid Phase Separation" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate


Crystal Nucleation in Oxide Glass-Forming Liquids

Lecture 6, "Crystal Nucleation in Oxide Glass-Forming Liquids" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate


Crystal Nucleation in Oxide Glass-Forming Liquids Pt. 2

Lecture 7, "Crystal Nucleation in Oxide Glass-Forming Liquids Pt. 2" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Forming Liquids Pt. 3


Lecture 8, "Crystal Nucleation in Oxide Glass-Forming Liquids Pt. 3" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate


Crystal Growth in Glass-Forming Liquids

Lecture 9, "Crystal Growth in Glass-Forming Liquids" Video


  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Crystallization of Glasses


Lecture 10, "Crystallization of Glasses" Video

  • Fundamentals of the Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: post-graduate

Glass-ceramics: Nature, properties and processing

Lecture 11, "Glass-ceramics: Nature, properties and processing" Video
  • Estrutura e propriedade de vidros

(30 hr lectures+ 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: undergraduate
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a) STRUCTURE, RELAXATION AND CRYSTALLIZATION

1.Introduction: glass history, definition, properties and applications
2.Chemical criteria for glass formation
3.Structural relaxation, Glass transition, the Kauzmann paradox.
4.Glass Structure
5.Liquid-liquid Phase Separation thermodynamics and Kinetics
6.Crystal Nucleation in Glass-forming liquids
7.Crystal Growth in Glass-forming liquids
8.Overall Crystallization: Johnson-Mehl-Avrami-Kolmogorov Theory
9.Glass Forming Ability, Glass stability against devitrification
10. Glass-ceramics

b) Properties and Applications

1.Rheological properties of glass
2.Thermal properties
3.Mechanical properties
4.Thermo-mechanical properties
5.Electrical properties
6.Optical Properties
7.Chemical properties


Aula 1 - História, Propriedades e Aplicações
  • The Vitreous State

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E. D. Zanotto
Level: Post-graduate (equivalent to US 500)

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1.Introduction: glass history, definition, properties and applications
2.Chemical criteria for glass formation
3.Structural relaxation, Glass transition, the Kauzmann paradox.
4.Glass Structure
5.Liquid-liquid Phase Separation - Thermodynamics and Kinetics
6.Crystal Nucleation in Glass-forming liquids
7.Crystal Growth in Glass-forming liquids
8.Diffusion Processes in Glass-forming liquids
9.Overall Crystallization: Johnson-Mehl-Avrami-Kolmogorov Theory
10.Glass Forming Ability, Glass stability against devitrification

Aula 1 - História do vidro, definição, propriedades e aplicações.
Aula 2 - Viscosidade, relaxação, transição vítrea.
Aula 3 - Separação de fases amorfas.
Aula 4 - Nucleação de cristais em vidros: Part 1
Aula 5 - Nucleação de Cristais em Vidros: Part 2
Aula 6 - Nucleação de Cristais em Vidros: Part 3
Aula 7 - Nucleação de Cristais em Vidros: Parte 4
Aula 7b - Nucleação de Cristais em Vidros: Parte 4b (English)
Aula 8 - Crescimento de Cristais em Vidros: Part 1
Aula 9 - Crescimento de Cristais em Vidros : Part 2
Aula 10 - Cristalização Total de Vidro
Aula 11 - Vitrocerâmicos
Aula 12 - Glass Ceramics: Part 1 (English)
Aula 13 - Glass Ceramics: Part 2 (English)
Aula 14 - Glass Ceramics: Part 3 (English)

  • Equilíbrio e Cinética entre fases Cerâmicas

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. E.D. Zanotto
Level:undergraduate

  • Tecnologia de Vidro

(60 hr lectures )
Prof. Oscar Peitl
Level: undergraduate
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Aula 5 - Fornos
Aula 7 - Conformação

  • Environmental and energy application of glasses

(20 hr lectures )
Prof. Joachim Deubener
Level: Post-graduate

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Lecture 1 - Introduction
Lecture 5 - Solar Heat
Lecture 8 - Water Purification


  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate

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Lecture 7, "Structural modification of glasses" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate


Oxide Glasses Pt. 2

Lecture 6, "EPR in Ionic and Intermediate Oxide Glasses Pt. 2" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate


Oxide Glasses

Lecture 5, "EPR in Ionic and Intermediate Oxide Glasses" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate


EPR Spectroscopy

Lecture 4, "EPR Spectroscopy, Scattering, Raman and IR" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate


Fluorescence

Lecture 3, "Fluorescence and EPR Spectroscopy" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate

 Spectroscopy

Lecture 2, "Optical Spectroscopy" Video

  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Glasses

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Dr. Doris Möncke
Level: post-graduate

Glass-Tools

Lecture 1, "Glass-Tools, Art and Technology" Video


  • Glass Transition and Relaxation

(30 hr lectures + 30 hr home work)
Prof. Prabhat Gupta
Level: post-graduate

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Lecture 1, Video
Lecture 2, Video
Lecture 3, Video
Lecture 4, Video
Lecture 5, Video
Lecture 6, Video
Lecture 7, Video
Lecture 8, Video
Lecture 9, Video

  • Advanced School on Glasses and Glass-Ceramics
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Modern Solid State NMR Techniques for the Study of Glasses :Video
Physical Bases, Technical Evolution And Applications Of Raman Scattering: Video
Processing Glass Property Data with SciGlass Information System:Video
Structure and Stress Relaxation in Glasses:Video
Dynamical Processes in Glasses by Molecular Dynamics Simulations:Video
Fundamentals of Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Glasses:Video
Mechanical properties of glass:Video
Electrical properties of glassy (vitreous) materials:Video
Bioactive Glass and Glass Ceramics:Video
Modern Solid State NMR Techniques for the Study of Glasses:Video
Physical Bases, Technical Evolution And Applications Of Raman Scattering:Video
Processing Glass Property Data with SciGlass Information System:Video
Structure and Stress Relaxation in Glasses:Video
Dynamical Processes in Glasses by Molecular Dynamics Simulations:Video
Fundamentals of Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Glasses:Video
Optical Properties of Vitreous Materials:Video
Optical spectroscopy techniques applied to glasses and glass ceramics:Video
Mechanical properties of glass:Video
Mechanical Properties of Glass-Ceramics:Video
Electrical properties of glassy (vitreous) materials:Video
Bioactive Glass and Glass Ceramics:Video
Optical Properties of Vitreous Materials:Video
Optical spectroscopy techniques applied to glasses and glass ceramics:Video
Mechanical Properties of Glass-Ceramics:Video

  • Vidro: 6.000 anos de maravilhas e mitos
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Nesta palestra, descreveremos a descoberta dos vidros há cerca de 6000 anos, ilustraremos como eles são produzidos e as suas principais propriedades físico-químicas.

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  • Minicurso da VII SEMa
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Tipos e aplicações: Video
Introdução e propriedades:Video
Propriedades químicas:Video

  • Hench´s Key Role in the development of the most bioactive glass-ceramic - BioSilicate
Edgar Dutra Zanotto and Oscar Peitl
Madison WI, may 2016
  • On the Dependence of the Properties of Glasses on Cooling and Heating
Rates: What is the Right Deborah Number?
Jürn W. P. Schmelzer
São Carlos, June 2013
  • Thermodynamics and Nucleation-Growth Processes:
Classical versus Generalized Gibbs’ Approaches
Jürn W. P. Schmelzer
São Carlos, June 2013
  • Escola do Vidro - Introdução ao Vidro e sua Produção
Mauro Akerman
Fevereiro, 2013
  • CEM719.Tópicos Especiais em Cerâmica: "Entendimento e manuseio do software de propriedades de vidros SciGlass"

O PPG-CEM está oferecendo a disciplina CEM719.Tópicos Especiais em Cerâmica: "Entendimento e manuseio do software de propriedades de vidros SciGlass", de 03 créditos, no período de 14 a 18 de outubro deste ano, aproveitando a estada no LaMaV/DEMa/UFSCar do Dr. Alexander Priven (da ITC INocrporated, USA) - criador do SciGlass - o mais importante e completo sofware/ base de dados sobre propriedades de vidros.
A disciplina será ministrada em Inglês, e se insere nas ações de internacionalização do Programa.
Trata se de uma disciplina que visa fornecer aos estudantes uma formação avançada na utilizacao da base de dados SciGlass.
O Dr. Piven é conhecido internacionalmente por seus inúmeros trabalhos correlacionando inúmeras propriedades fisico- quimicas de vidros inorgânicos com suas composições quimicas. Mas ele tornou-se realmente famoso quando lançou há uns quinze anos o software SciGlass.
Carga horária: 30 horas total, sendo 14 h/aula teórica + 16 horas/seminários - 03 créditos
Calendário de Oferta:
Período: 14 a 18/10/2013;
Horário das aulas teóricas: 08:00 às 11:00 h
Local: Auditório LaMaV - somente 10 vagas
Ementa
1.1. Introdução ao software/ database SciGlass
2.Propriedades térmicas
3.Cinética
3.1. Cinética de nucleação de cristais
3.2. Cinética de crescimento de cristais
3.3. Cinética de cristalização
3.4. Critical cooling rates for glass formation
4. Propriedades reológicas
5. Propriedades mecânicas
6. Propriedades elétricas
7. Propriedades ópticas
8. Exercícios
OBS. A disciplina será ministrada em INGLÊS.
Bibliografia
1-A. I. Priven and O. V. Mazurin: “Heat capacity of glass melts”; in: Handbook on the properties of glass-forming melts / Ed. by L. D. Pye, A. Montenegro and I. Joseph, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2005.
2-O. V. Mazurin, A. I. Priven, V. V. Sergeev, V. K. Leko, M. V. Streltsina and T. P. Shvaiko-Shvaikovskaya: “SciGlass™ 7.2 (Glass Property Information System)”; ITC, Inc., 2008.
3-A. I. Priven: "General Method for Calculating the Properties of Oxide Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts from their Composition and Temperature"; Glass Technol., vol. 45, Dec 2004, no. 6, p 244-254

IMI - Technical Learning Library

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  • Glass processing course
Glass and glass-ceramics are widely used in consumer goods as well as advanced high-tech devices. TVideofore, one must first make the glass and then make desired items out of glass in suitable size and shape at an acceptable cost. A wide range of glass processing steps have been developed over the period, while research continues for finding new ways of making complex products. TVideo is a lack of resources wVideo one can learn about this very important topic of materials science and engineering in a comprehensive manner. To fill the void, this course intends to give an overview of glass processing methods as practiced today or have promise for the near future.
  • FUNCTIONAL GLASSES: Properties & Applications for Energy and Information
ECI Conference, Sicily, Italy. January 6-11, 2013

  • Atomistic Modeling of Glass Structure & Glass Properties
Mini interactive web course. Fall Semester 2013
  • Glass In Energy
Mini interactive web course January 17-March 1, 2012
  • Chalcogenide Glasses Course
Mini interactive web course January 17- March 9, 2011
  • Glass Relaxation Course
Multi Instructional Team Teaching (M.I.T.T): Relaxation Processes in Glass (web-based Jan 19- April29, 2010)
  • US- China Winter School China 2010
A series of 15 lectures from international experts from US, China and France
  • Optical and Photonic Glasses by Prof. Rui Almeida
TVideo are 39 forty-five minute lectures delivered at Lehigh University in Spring 2005. To see the complete listing of all lectures, please click the link above.
  • Characterization and Structure of Glasses -
A more advanced series of 26 ninety minute lectures by glass experts from six different universities. Course was delivered Spring 2007 semester.
  • US Japan Winter School -
Thirteen international experts from Japan, US, Brazil and France lecture on application focused glass science topics. The lectures include 35 separate videos.
  • Properties of Glass -
This series of 27 ninety minute lectures covers the properties of glass by glass experts from nine different universities. Course was delivered Fall 2008.

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