The potential use of an electrophoretic deposition method for molding preforms from a lithium alumina-silicate slip is demonstrated. The time needed to mold preforms 20 mm thick does not exceed 100 min, and their physicomechanical properties (density, porosity of green and sintered materials, mechanical strength) compare well with those of preforms obtained by the traditional ceramic technology. Slips of finely dispersed grain composition can also be used to prepare glass ceramic parts with improved physicomechanical properties.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 17, 2004
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