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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 1994 Ceramic Manufacturers and Suppliers Worskhop: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proc

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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 1994 Ceramic Manufacturers and Suppliers Worskhop: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proc

A Collection of Papers Presented at the 1994 Ceramic Manufacturers and Suppliers Worskhop: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 16, Issue 3 By
1995 | 312 Pages | ISBN: 0470314702 | 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 Increased Production and Quality Achieved by Improved Firing Consistency (pages 1–4): Lawrence E. BauerChapter 2 The Importance of Sample Integrity: A Commercial Lab's Perspective (pages 5–8): Wolfgang Baum and Thomas E. WeyandChapter 3 Using Your PC for Reformulation (pages 9–14): William R. BoakesChapter 4 Ceramic Body Reformulation Procedure with Emphasis on Ball Clay (pages 15–20): Ken BougherChapter 5 Glaze Defects in Santtaryware Plants (pages 21–23): William T. BrodieChapter 6 Solving Firing Problems—Guessing or Facts? (pages 24–27): John BrownChapter 7 Satormwater Management System (pages 28–31): Albert H. BurgessChapter 8 Various ways of Approaching Surface Finishing from an Engineering viewpoint (pages 32–33): Keith P. CostelloChapter 9 Kiln Furniture for the Sanitaryware, Electrical Porcelain, and Electronic Industries (pages 34–36): Greg DahlmanChapter 10 Development and Use of ASTM Test Methods for Ceramic Plants (pages 37–42): Richard A. EpplerChapter 11 Glazing Defects and Their control (pages 43–50): Richard A. EpplerChapter 12 Using ASTM Standards in the Tile Industry (pages 51–54): Ken EriksonChapter 13 Successfully Drying Sanitaryware: Important Considerations (pages 55–60): John Clausen and Russ FishChapter 14 Implementing Statistical Process Control (pages 61–64): Asish GhoshChapter 15 Eliminating Preheat and Cooling Cracks in Fast Firing Sanitaryware (pages 65–70): Jim Hopkins and Jim BushmanChapter 16 Tape Casting and Roll Compaction (pages 71–75): Theodore P. HyattChapter 17 NOx Reduction Techniques for the Ceramic Industry (pages 76–80): Bruce IrwinChapter 18 Measurement of Hazardous Air Pollutants: Impact of the Clean Air Act on the Manufacturing Community (pages 81–84): L. E. Jones and M. B. IngramChapter 19 Application of soil Mechanics to Ceramic Processing (pages 85–97): B. J. KellettChapter 20 Sampling procedures for Raw Materials (pages 98–101): W. J. KellyChapter 21 Establishing Regulatory Compliance in a New Plant (pages 102–118): John F. KinkelaChapter 22 Problem Solving Using Experimental Design Techniques (pages 119–122): Wayne KnottsChapter 23 Ball Clay Selection Using Experimental Design Techniques (pages 123–126): Wayne KnottsChapter 24 Using ASTM Slip Test Methods in Ceramic Tile Plants (pages 127–131): Robert L. KohrChapter 25 Kiln Furniture for the Tableware and Brick Industries (pages 132–133): Gary A. KosChapter 26 Implementing Responsible Care® (pages 134–136): Betty Lou LeeChapter 27 Linear Programming as a Method for Optimization of Ceramic Processes (pages 137–143): Richard L. LehmanChapter 28 Material Variables Involved in the Precision Process of Surface Finishing of Ceramic Products (pages 144–147): Wesley A. LewisChapter 29 Drying and Firing: Kiln Furniture (pages 148–149): Greg Little, Gary Kos, William C. Thornberry, Greg Dahlman, Susan Vitch and Steve ProiraChapter 30 Monocottura and Monoporosa Tile Reformulation Principles and Practices (pages 150–158): Christopher A. LombardoChapter 31 Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in New Glaze Introduction (pages 159–164): David D. Marchant and Timothy K. StangleChapter 32 Supplier Quality Management for Ceramic Industries (pages 165–167): Dan MarvinChapter 33 Evaluation of Fluoride Emissions Methods for Use at Ceramic Tile Kilns (pages 168–179): Leonard Nelms, Fred Pretorius, John Q. Ranney and George M. StomaChapter 34 Forming and Extrusion of Porcelain Bodies (pages 180–182): Kirby Nesbitt and David EgnerChapter 35 Forming in the RAM Mode (pages 183–187): R. PelleritiChapter 36 Mystery of Air in Drying (pages 188–189): Frederick J. PfirrmannChapter 37 Traveling Thermocouples Solve Firing Problems (pages 190–199): Francis V. PixleyChapter 38 Ball Clay Basics (pages 200–206): Patrick S. PowellChapter 39 Lo?Mass® Kiln Cars for the Ceramic Industry (pages 207–210): Stephen E. ProiaChapter 40 Feldspar: what Is It? Where Does It Come From? What Do I Need to Know About Using It? (pages 211–214): Bill RogersChapter 41 Silicon Carbide and Aluminum Oxide Kiln Furniture for the Ceramic Industry (pages 215–219): Susan Vitch RozakChapter 42 Automated Baroid Filter Characterization of Casting Slip Components (pages 220–225): T. Adkins, J. Davis, C. Manning, T. Johnson, J. Smith and Edward J. SareChapter 43 The Quality Improvement Movement: An Overview (pages 226–232): Robert W. SparksChapter 44 Various Aspects of Glaze Preparation and Application Methods (pages 233–238): Nath A. ViswanathChapter 45 Minimizing Color Adjustments to Production Glazes (pages 239–343): Erik Wagg, Felipe Lamilla and Norman NapierChapter 46 Plastic Forming (pages 244–247): Roger WahlChapter 47 The Function of Feldspar and/or Nepheline Syenite in a Ceramic Whiteware Body (pages 248–250): Robert C. WilsonChapter 48 Using ASTM Standards as the Basis for Whiteware Process Control Procedures (pages 251–282): Russell K. WoodChapter 49 Analyzing Sanitaryware Tunnel Kiln Operations with Traveling Thermocouples (pages 283–297): Russell K. WoodChapter 50 Raw Material Specifications (pages 298–301): Michael J. YarboroughChapter 51 Polishing Parameters and Their Effect on Glass Polish Performance (pages 302–305): Dana L. Zagari