Methods for accelerating molding of large-sized thick-walled (d w = 16 – 20 mm) articles based on aqueous slip of inorganic materials (namely, quartz glass and lithium-aluminosilicate glass) are analyzed. The most promising is the method of electrophoretic molding of ceramics that shows good results in molding articles from quartz glass slip. The possibility of applying this method to ceramics based on lithium-aluminosilicate glass is yet to be investigated. The choice of material and design for the electrodes is another subject for investigation, since the authors have encountered the problem of articles sticking to the electrode surfaces.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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