Sintering and some properties of fine aluminosilicate ceramic, prepared on the basis of HCBS from broken porcelain electric insulator and pearlite, are studied. After firing at 1000 – 1500°C ceramic has open porosity of 1 – 8%, and ultimate strength in bending and compression of 45 – 65 and 350 – 500 MPa respectively. Compared with traditional fine ceramic materials, such as porcelain, semi-porcelain, hard faience, and majolica, in the new technology comparable properties are achieved with significantly (by a factor of 3 – 5) lower overall shrinkage and a reduced (by 150 – 200°C) firing temperature. Possible areas are indicated for implementingHCBS-technology in the field of production, not only for traditional fine ceramic, but also fine-grained structural, and artistic architectural ceramics.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 27, 2013
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