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Controlled drying to enhance properties of technical ceramic materials

Rajnish Misra

Controlled drying to enhance properties of technical ceramic materials

by Rajnish Misra

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Chemical Engineering and the IRC in Materials for High Performance Applications, Faculty of Engineering, 2001.

Statementby Rajnish Misra.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18999139M

Добро пожаловать на сайт ИФТТ РАН! The preservation of foods by drying is the time-honored and most common method used by humans and the food processing industry. Dehydration (or drying) is defined as ‘the application of heat under controlled conditions to remove the majority of the water normally present in a food by evaporation’ (or in the case of freeze drying by sublimation).

RCF is a refractory ceramic fibre material, also know as (ASW) Alumino Silicate Wool. Morgan brands include Kaowool ® and Cera ® Products. Whilst the values and application information in this Product Data Book are typical, they are given for guidance only. The values and the information given are subject to. • Hard ceramic materials such as tita - nium c arb d ehv 93 so the Rockwell scale. Diamonds are the hardest material on Earth with a Rockwell hardness of • According to the Ceramic World Review magazine, regionally, Asia produces 65% of the world’s ceramic tiles. 1 continued Why the need to measure humidity? Drying is a critical.

New Ceramics Ceramic materials developed synthetically over the last several decades •The term also refers to improvements in processing techniques that provide greater control over structures and properties of ceramic materials •In general, new ceramics are based on compounds other than variations of aluminum silicate, which form.   Philippe Boch was Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris, France and at the Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles, where he was also Director of Doctoral Studies in Materials Science. His scientific activities broadly concerned materials, ranging from physical metallurgy to non-destructive ultrasonic techniques and ceramic.


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The use of a non-intrusive drying system, together with digital camera monitoring, has been illustrated as an effective combination of experimental techniques in determining the drying characteristics of ceramic materials.

Controlled drying has been proven to enhance the physical and mechanical properties of a range of technical ceramics Cited by: 9. Controlled Drying to Enhance Properties of Technical Ceramics Article in Chemical Engineering Journal 86() February with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Controlled drying to enhance properties of technical ceramic materials. Author: Misra, Rajnish. ISNI: X Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

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Saturated capillary-porous materials such as ceramics or wood often experience fractures during drying when the process is carried on improperly [1, 2, 3, 4].Therefore, a great care should be paid to adequate arrangement of such a process, particularly in industry of quality goods, to avoid cracking of the dried products.

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Although the exact time in which a particular ceramic is going to dry cannot be calculated, assumptions can be made based on what is known about the theory of drying. The goal in drying technical ceramic components is to dry the green ceramic until it is machinable, normally with to % moisture left.

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