January 31, 2010

Oil and Gas Jobs for Agency -Job Seeker

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hello, in this post, we will discuss about our work, or I prefer to call our future work :). Yeah, we like our main course of our work related to our core competence. I'm talking about on this site we will know all about the job offered by many oil and gas companies worldwide.In this site we not only can find a job which is being offered, even for companies looking for employees, can advertise here for free!

For job seekers candidate please sign in or directly click the link below -Candidate- while seekers employees / companies can fill in the recruiter or directly click the following link -Recruiter-

Author was a direct attempt to fill the candidate, because it is also very interested to work in the oil and gas company (the salary i mean..hehe) , who knows after writing this review I could get a job from ^ ^

This site was impressive for me, for having facilitated to seek the job and soon you in finding a job or for a company to offer and look for your employees.I recommend for the job seeker, you often visit this site because in homepage contain latest hot jobs that are on offer, with the location detail. But for the moment still a beta version.

ok, i hope it's useful for all of you

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January 6, 2010

All About Size

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usually we learn only the material around us, and the day after day we make a material that is smaller and smaller "nano materials", which has an significant effect on the application.

But have you ever thinking about our size? how big the size of the material we learned when we compared to us? or even our size when compared to universe ! you should see this video.This is the ultimate size comparison video that you can find on the internet in HD. Starts with the tinyest dwarf planets of our solar system, then continues.

or another video

after watching this video i remember my reason for choosing metallurgy and materials engineering that when i learn about material (anything around us) we know that there is something behind this creature, absolutely the power of GOD (Allah)and it make me more closer to Him. insya Allah.

Read: why i choose metallurgy an material engineering

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January 1, 2010

Ceramics Class

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This word "Ceramic" was derived from Greek word "Keramikos", which is derived from "Keramon" or "Keramos", meaning "Argil"[1] or pottery.

Another definition is 
Any of various hard, brittle, heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials made by shaping and then firing a nonmetallic mineral, such as clay, at a high temperature.[2]

But, a ceramic has traditionally been defined as “an inorganic, nonmetallic solid that is prepared from powdered materials, is fabricated into products through the application of heat, and displays such characteristic properties as hardness, strength, low electrical conductivity, and brittleness." 


Ceramic materials may have a crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or may be amorphous (e.g., a glass). Because most common ceramics are crystalline, the definition of ceramic is often restricted to inorganic crystalline materials, as opposed to the non-crystalline glasses. 

They are most frequently oxide,nitrides, and carbides. For example, some of the common ceramic materials include aluminum oxide (or alumina, Al2O3), silicon dioxide (or silica, SiO2), silicon carbide (SiC), silicon nitride (Si3N4).


Ceramic materials can be subdivided into traditional and advanced ceramics. Traditional ceramics are composed of clay minerals (i.e., porcelain), and other natural occuring materials. Clay-base materials such as brick, tile, sanitary ware, dinnerware, clay pipe, and electrical porcelain. Common-usage glass, cement, abrasives, and refractories are also important classes of traditional ceramics.

Advanced ceramics are tailored to have premium properties through application of advanced materials science and technology to control composition and internal structure. Examples of advanced ceramic materials are silicon nitride, silicon carbide, toughened zirconia, zirconia-toughened alumina, aluminum nitride, lead magnesium niobate, lead lanthanum zirconate titanate, silicon-carbide-whisker-reinforced alumina, carbon-fiber-reinforced glass ceramic, silicon-carbide-fiber-reinforced silicon carbide, and high-temperature superconductors. 

Properties : 

Ceramic materials are relatively stiff and strong in compression comparable to those of the metals and weak in shearing an tension. In addition, ceramics are typically very hard. On the other hand, they are extremely brittle (lack ductility), and are highly susceptible to fracture. These materials are typically insulative to the passage of heat and electricity (i.e., have low electrical conductivities, ), and are more resistant to high temperatures and harsh environments than metals and polymers.  With regard to optical characteristics, ceramics may be transparent, translucent, or opaque and some of the oxide ceramics (e.g., Fe3O4) exhibit magnetic behavior.

Atomic Bonding:

The atoms in ceramic materials are held together by a chemical bond  Briefly though, the two most common chemical bonds for ceramic materials are covalent and ionic. Covalent and ionic bonds are much stronger than in metallic bonds and, generally speaking, this is why ceramics are brittle and metals are ductile.



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