By George Phillips
To Cera1l1ics via George C. Phillips V AN NOSTRAND REINHOLD ____ big apple Copyright ('> 1991 by means of Van Nostrand Reinhold Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1 st version 1991 Library of COnRreSS Catalog Card quantity 91.19587 ISBN.13: 978.94.011--6975.2 All rights eserve r d. No a part of this paintings lined by way of the copyright hereon might be rcproduccd or uscd in any shape or via any means-graphic. digital. or meehaniclli. together with photocopying. recording. taping. or details garage and retrieval systems-without written permission of the writer. synthetic within the u . s . a . released through Van Nostrand Reinhold a hundred and fifteen 5th road ny. big apple 10003 Chapman and Ha ll 2-6 Boundary Row London. SEI SHN. England Thomas Nelson Australia 102 Dodds highway South Melbourne 3205 Victoria. Australia Nelson Canada 1120 Birchmounl street Scarborough. Ontario M IK 5G4. Canada sixteen 15 14 thirteen 12 II 10 nine eight 7 6 five four three 2 Library or Congress Cataloging-in. book facts Phillips. George C .. 1937- A concise inlrodu!;tion to ceramics/by George C. Phillips. p. cm. comprises bibliographical referen!;es and index. ISBN-13: 978-94-011--6975-2 e-ISBN-13: 978-94-011--6973-8 001:10: 1007/978-94-011--6973-8 I. Cerami!;s. L Tille.
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The physically adsorbed water, which is the dipole water molecule, is removed by heating to temperatures above IOO°C. The chemically adsorbed water, which is made up of ions (H,O+ and OH-), is removed gradually with temperatures up to IOOO°C. The lattice water, which is the hydroxide group in the chemical formula, begins to be released at temperatures around 600°C. Drying results in two significant changes: (I) there is a shrinkage as (A) SUSPENSION/INTERPARTICLE FIGURE 4-12. 00 (8) PORE WATER Drying process after plastic forming or slip casting.
3 THERMAL CONDITIONING GLASS Glass materials have very low strength characteristics . In fact, glass has an acceptable working strength of 1000 psi. Its strength is limited primarily in tension, as glass has about 10 times more compression strength than tensile strength. To overcome some of the strength limitation, thermal conditioning is used to strengthen processed glass. Typically, the surfaces are placed in compression, which effectively makes the glass appear stronger. The various types of thermal treatments include: PLATENS r"OL"" FIGURE 5-6.
4 CASTING Slip casting uses a liquid vehicle, usually water, to transport the powders during forming. The slip, which is about the consistency of pancake batter, is poured into porous plaster of Paris molds to remove the water and thus allow compaction of the powders. Clay is the suspending agent in clay-based ware where electrolytes can be used to impart charges on nonplastic powders. The clay keeps the powders in suspension while the water is being removed by the porous mold. Slip casting can be used to produce solid ware, as shown in Figure 4-9 DRIED WARE FIGURE 4-9.
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