Preparation of high-density, sedimentation-stable aqueous suspensions and preforms, based on lithium aluminosilicate glass, using a method of slip casting into porous molds is reported. Properties of slips under different conditions of grinding and stabilization are considered depending on the grinding-body-to-material weight ratio, the amount of dispersion medium added, and the technology for processing lumpy raw material. The wall thickness growth rate in preforms is measured in relation to slip parameters. Measures that would enable control over slip properties with a view to optimizing the slip casting technology are proposed.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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