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Materials & Equipment/Whitewares: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 20, Issue 2

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Materials & Equipment/Whitewares: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 20, Issue 2

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1999 | 188 Pages | ISBN: 047029454X | PDF | 11 MB

This volume is part of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding  (CESP) series.  This series contains a collection of papers dealing with issues in both traditional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain enamel) and advanced ceramics. Topics covered in the area of advanced ceramic include bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, solid oxide fuel cells, mechanical properties and structural design, advanced ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.Content: Chapter 1 Methods for the Determination of Soluble Salts in Casting Slips (pages 1–25): R. A. Haber and H. GocmezChapter 2 Kilns Require a Unified Control System (pages 27–34): Francis V. PixleyChapter 3 Advanced Near?Infrared Moisture Analysis and Measurement in Ceramic Materials (pages 35–41): Ray ObergChapter 4 The Effect of Sodium/Potassium Ratio on Melting in Triaxial Porcelains (pages 43–50): Catherine Becker, William Carty and Ethan SchillingerChapter 5 Effect of Plasticizer on Compaction Behavior and Springback Defects (pages 51–63): Chase R. Perry and William M. CartyChapter 6 Physical Properties of Commercial Casting Slips II (pages 65–70): Ronald J. ThomasChapter 7 How to Prepare for a Change in Ceramic Tile Body Compositions (pages 71–74): Cihat KutbayChapter 8 Modern Shaping Methods in the Tableware Industry (pages 75–88): Gerhard SeitzChapter 9 An Evaluation of the Effects of PEO/PEG Molecular Weight on Extruded Alumina Rods (pages 89–97): N. B. Bolger and D. R. DingerChapter 10 Evaluation of Softening Deformation Behavior in Porcelain Bodies During Firing (pages 99–111): M. Miura, T. Shimadzu, H. Shin and E. H. IshidaChapter 11 Improving Slip Systems Through the Use of Specialty Additives (pages 113–118): Mike BrezinaChapter 12 A Critical Evaluation of Dispersants: Part II. Effects on Rheology, pH, and Specific Adsorption (pages 119–131): Katherine R. Rossington, Udayan Senapati and William M. CartyChapter 13 Dry Glazing in Ceramic Tile Production (pages 133–140): F. Andreola and M. RomagnoliChapter 14 Improved Quality Control with Rapid, Simple, Accurate Determination of Additive Dosages in Ceramic Slurries (pages 141–149): K. J. Moeggenborg, J. C. Alfano and J. E. WhittenChapter 15 Organic and Inorganic Dispersion of Alumina (pages 151–166): Brian R. Sundlof and William M. CartyChapter 16 Drying Fundamentals: Evaluating Dryer Performance (pages 167–173): Denis A. BrosnanChapter 17 A Practical Evaluation of Reversible Thermal Expansion in Determining Fired Whiteware Body Performance (pages 175–182): A. Kenneth BougherChapter 18 Information Resources for Ceramic Manufacturers (pages 183–189): Greg Geiger