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Ceramic Engineering  

Ceramic engineering is technology which deals with manufacturing of objects by heating process and with chemical solutions using inorganic materials. Ceramic engineering could be called the smooth operator of the engineering world. Ceramic engineering includes designing, developing and manufacture of products using raw materials. Ceramic Engineering deals with different fields like Electrical, Medical and computer. The major functions of Ceramic Engineers are research, product development and production engineering.

Ceramic engineering includes purification of raw materials, production of chemical compounds. Ceramic Engineering consists of ceramic materials which deal with many applications on Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The products of ceramic are Computer chips, fiber optics, joint replacements, CD DVDs, VCRs, phone lines, space shuttle tiles, safety glass windshields, bone implants, medical electronic equipment, airbag sensors, spark plugs, piston rings, bricks, cement, missiles, capacitors, resistors, electronic components, TV components, magnets, laser communications.

Specialty areas of Ceramic Engineering

1. Ceramic Materials

2. Composite Materials

3. Electronic Materials

4. Materials Science

5. Metallurgical Engineering

6. Polymeric Materials (plastics, synthetic rubbers and fibers, films, etc.)



Ceramic Engineers are employed in IT industries, Private Companies and in Government Industries. The Ceramic Engineers work varies from job to job according to the specialty and place of employment. A ceramic engineer is a materials specialist who focuses on the use of ceramics in the production of products ranging from heat-resistant tiles on spacecraft to fiber optic cable. These engineers can work in a lab environment to develop new materials and improve existing ones, in addition to finding new uses for existing products and components. The engineer is frequently challenged to produce new ideas and to suggest solutions to difficult problems. Ceramics engineering is a

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