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Published by Applied Science in London .
Written in English


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Paginationxii,203p. :
Number of Pages203
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Open LibraryOL21743378M

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  Ceramic Raw Materials, Second Revised Edition points to the consideration that clay is the oldest ceramic raw material. The text outlines that clay can assume different forms in varying conditions and discusses the emergence of other materials that are now being considered as ceramic raw materials. The book presents a discussion on various raw Book Edition: 2. Many ceramic pieces known as ceramic heritage have been discovered, characterized by specific techniques of characterization either for raw materials or ceramic objects based on clays, discovered in different archaeological sites, leading to some results about the production technology, provenance, authentication, and historical by: 5. Clays and ceramic raw materials. London ; New York: Elsevier Applied Science Publishers ; New York, NY, USA: Sole distributor in the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W E Worrall. Clays and ceramic raw materials. [W E Worrall] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: W E Worrall. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:

Ceramic Raw Materials, Second Revised Edition points to the consideration that clay is the oldest ceramic raw material. The text outlines that clay can assume different forms in varying conditions and discusses the emergence of other materials that are now being considered as ceramic raw materials. The book presents a discussion on various raw. Ceramic Raw Materials Dictionary: Alphabetical information on pottery glaze making materials and clay body ingredients: ADDITIVE A - This clay conditioner gives clay more plasticity, higher green strength and greatly increased workability throughout our range of pre-mixed clays. The most dramatic improvement is in porcelain, white stoneware and. The diversity of ceramic materials and products becomes more easily comprehensible in the following classification. Figure 1 represents the clear differentiation between clay ceramic materials of greater than 20 wt% clay mineral content in their raw batch and special ceramic materials with oxidic and nonoxidic compounds. forms part of the ceramic body with applications similar to those of ball clay. Ball clay. ceramic raw material used in the production of fine tableware, stoneware (pottery), wall and floor tiles, sanitaryware and bricks. lower grade clays increasingly are finding applications as sealing materials for. landfill waste disposal sites (see Chapter.

  Ceramic Raw Materials, Second Revised Edition points to the consideration that clay is the oldest ceramic raw material. The text outlines that clay can assume different forms in varying conditions and discusses the emergence of other materials that are now being considered as ceramic raw materials. The book presents a discussion on various raw Author: W E Worrall. Plastic raw materials include kaolin, clay and bentonite while non-plastic raw materials are feldspar, quartz, limestone, dolomite, magnesite, calcium phosphate and talc. The classic or "triaxial" ceramic body consists of three major components: clay, quartz which is a non-plastic material and feldspar, that acts as a flux providing the glassy.   Today, we live in an age of super abundance of ceramic raw materials. Innumerable clays and glaze materials offer us a bewildering array of choices. Far from understanding glazes and these materials as familiar rocks, feldspars, and clays, each with unique personalities, we know them only as white, gray, or brown powders neatly packaged in. Properties of Ceramic Raw Materials, 2nd Edition in SI/Metric Units is a five-chapter book that first discusses the manufacturing processes for ceramic products. This book then elucidates the properties important during ceramic-making. The last two chapters explore the reactions occurring on firing and the ceramic raw materials.