Preparation and Some Properties of Sintered Aluminosilicate Ceramic Based on HCBS. Part II1

Preparation and Some Properties of Sintered Aluminosilicate Ceramic Based on HCBS. Part II1 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

Preparation and Some Properties of Sintered Aluminosilicate Ceramic Based on HCBS. Part II1

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Material Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science, general; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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