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Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing

With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint

by Daniel J. Shanefield

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Polymers,
  • Surfaces (Physics),
  • Chemical engineering

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    Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing: With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint describes the major manufacturing processes, such as slip casting, tape casting, injection molding, etc. The book covers each subject, including the ceramic processes, organic chemical structures, polymers, colloid science and others, starting from fundamental principles, with many literature references for further reading. After the fundamentals, detailed case studies from industrial applications are described for the optimization of solvents, dispersants, binders, plasticizers, lubricants and some minor additives. A wide range of information is covered, beginning with fundamental equations for students, and extending to advanced applications for development workers and factory problem solvers. Shanefield undertook this ambitious task only because of the previous lack of resources that address the growing need for detailed information on organic additives for ceramics. Suitable for use as a textbook and as a reference source for working ceramists and chemists who wish to supply the ceramics industry with additives.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Daniel J. Shanefield
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP807-823, TA418.9.C6
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (xv, 311 p.)
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27079180M
    ISBN 101475761058, 1475761031
    ISBN 109781475761054, 9781475761030
    OCLC/WorldCa851826469


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However, the book could also be used as a supplementary text for more general courses in related subjects. Powder metallurgy, printing inks, and paints involve many of the same organic additives as ceramic by: 1.

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The book covers each subject, including the ceramic processes, organic chemical structures, polymers, colloid science and others, starting from fundamental principles, with many literature. the book could also be used as Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing book supplementary text for more general courses in related subjects.

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The book covers each subject, including the ceramic processes, organic chemical structures, polymers, colloid science and others, starting from fundamental principles, with many literature Brand: Springer US. Get this from a library.

Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing: With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint. [Daniel J Shanefield] -- Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing: With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint describes the major manufacturing processes, such as slip casting, tape casting, injection molding.

Organic additives and ceramic processing: with applications in powder metallurgy, ink, and paint. [Daniel J Shanefield] Organic Chemistry Fundamentals -- 4.

Ceramic Processing Fundamentals -- 5. Particle Characteristics -- 6. Colloid Science, As Applied to Ceramics -- 7. Solvents -- 8. The in-depth treatment of production methods includes powder, colloidal, and sol-gel processing as well as chemical synthesis of powders, forming, sintering, and microstructure control.

The book covers powder preparation and Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing book, organic additives in ceramic processing, mixing and packing of particles, drying, and debinding.3/5(3).

Michael Pfeifer, in Materials Enabled Designs, Ceramic Powder. Ceramic powder consists of ceramic particles and additives that improve a powder's ease of use during component fabrication. Additives include a binding agent to hold the powder together after compaction and a release agent to enable a compacted component to be easily removed from the compaction die.

Ceramic Processing, Second Edition provides a comprehensive treatment of the principles and practical methods used in producing ceramics with controlled microstructure. Covering the main steps in the production of ceramics from powders, the book also provides succinct coverage of other methods for fabricating ceramics, such as sol−gel.

Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing, Second Edition: With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint can be used as a textbook and also as a reference source for working ceramists.

This edition reports much new data from the author's laboratory, as well. Binder systems provide an array of useful functions in ceramics processing, as listed in Table 1 for several types of organic additives (Pincus and Shipley ).Ceramic forming methods (e.g., dry pressing, isostatic pressing, tape casting, slip casting, gel casting, extrusion, and injection molding) rely on organic additions to various extents.

Most ceramic products are clay-based and are made from a single clay or one or more clays mixed with mineral modifiers such as quartz and feldspar. The types of commercial clays used for ceramics are primarily kaolin and ball clay.

Process Description1, Figure presents a general process flow diagram for ceramic products. elimination of organic additives are: evaporation, chemical extraction with solvents, Ceramic Processing and Sintering, this book gathers additional information selected from many sources and.

The book covers powder preparation and characterization, organic additives in ceramic processing, mixing and packing of particles, drying, and debinding. It also describes recent technologies such as the synthesis of nanoscale powders and solid freeform : $ The book catches the readers’ attention by connecting theories with a balanced number of examples, case studies and problems so that concepts are more easily understood and translated to actual processing.

—Ricardo Castro, University of California, Davis, USA "An excellent book for students and researchers in the field of ceramic processing.". Processing Additives. Processing additives from BYK are used in a number of plastics applications. These additives have generally positive influences on a wide range of processing parameters and the properties of the final product.

These include, for example: Reducing VOC emissions and odors; Increasing the mechanical strength. Lee "Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint" por Daniel J.

Shanefield disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing: With Applications in Powder Metallurgy, Ink, and Paint describes the major man Brand: Springer US.

The book covers powder preparation and characterization, organic additives in ceramic processing, mixing and packing of particles, drying, and debinding. It also describes recent technologies such as the synthesis of nanoscale powders and solid freeform fabrication.

Ceramic Processing book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Materials scientists continue to develop stronger, more versatile ceram 4/5(14).

A comprehensive book on the subject, for mechanical as well as electronics applications, is "Organic Additives and Ceramic Processing," by D. Shanefield, Kluwer Publishers [Boston], A slurry can be used in place of a powder, and then cast into a desired shape, dried and then sintered.

Processing additives play an important role in the production of the green article. This chapter discusses the various types of additives used as aids in the forming of ceramics and their functions, namely solvents, dispersants, binders, plasticizers and other potential additives such as a lubricant, wetting agent, homogenizer, or antifoaming agent.

The non-organic ingredients that are allowed are: Non-organic additives, yeasts and minerals; Processing aids, such as releasing oils and flushing gases; Agricultural ingredients.

A total of 45 additives are permitted in organic foods, and these are listed below. One of the most important of. Therefore this book is written from a somewhat unusual perspective, more like a chemical engineering view of processing than a typical ceramics view.

The emphasis on a certain few aspects of processing is based on those serious problem areas that became apparent during the author’s several decades of industrial experience, rather than being Author: Daniel J. Shanefield. Using BYK's highly innovative additives will significantly optimize all process steps in the ceramics industry and substantially improve the product characteristics.

In addition to liquefiers (wetting and dispersing additives), BYK's extensive product portfolio also contains defoamers, rheology additives, wetting agents, adhesion promoters. Ceramic Processing by Mohamed N. Rahaman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(14).

This is the first in series of Organic pieces that will explore the different rules within the USDA organic regulations. When it comes to organic foods, it’s just as important to know what isn’t allowed as what is. The organic standards are process-based, meaning they establish the rules for an entire system of farming that follows a product from its beginnings on the farm all the way.

Although the National Organic Program (NOP) regulations state that salt is excluded from organic ingredient percentage calculations, many salts contain anti-caking, free-flowing, or conditioning agents that may be prohibited for use in organic processed foods.

Additives or processing aids present in salt must be reviewed for compliance with. Column chromatography is a versatile tool for the investigation of the interaction between modified surfaces and organic additives which are interesting for ceramic processing. Dependence of retention time from polarity of eluents or test compounds allows conclusions on the polarity of the : Siegfried Vieth, Elke Mitzner, Dietmar Linke.

Processing and Applicationof Ceramics 10 [4] ()– DOI: /PACW Effect of organic additives on mechanical properties of SiC ceramics prepared by a modified gelcasting method Feng Wang∗, Jinwei Yin, Kaihui Zuo, Yongfeng Xia, Dongxu Yao, Yuping Zeng∗ Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academyof Sciences,Shanghai File Size: 1MB.

CERAMIC ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: A REVIEW OF CURRENT STATUS AND CHALLENGES. The book covers powder preparation and characterization, organic additives in ceramic processing, mixing and packing. Volume 3 Number 12 Dennis R. Dinger 1 Oct Updates. The E-zine. As always, if this is the first issue of the Ceramic Processing E-zine that you've seen, you can add your name to the mailing list by clicking back issues can be accessed from the Publications page at the web site.

DOI link for Ceramic Processing. Ceramic Processing book. By Mohamed N. Rahaman. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published from green articles and thermal debinding of green articles in which the void space is nearly or completely filled with organic additives. In general, debinding can be accomplished by several methods, including.

colloidal, and sol-gel processing as well as chemical synthesis of powders, forming, sintering, and microstructure control. The book covers powder preparation and characterization, organic additives in ceramic processing, mixing and packing of particles, drying, and debinding.

It also describes. and conditioning, plant pest and disease control and, food additives and processing aids. For labelling purposes, the use of terms inferring that organic production methods have been used are restricted to products derived from operators under the supervision of an certification body or Size: KB.

This unique product made by powder injection moulding is a ceramic catalytic monolith used for removal of noxious gases. The customer started production immediately after the delivery of two 4-MA machine units. The output capacity for this product is over 50 tons per year.

The National List is the list of non-organic materials you are allowed to use as ingredients, additives, or processing aids in your organic products. For processors this includes materials such as yeast, citric acid, baking soda, diatomaceous earth, and others.

The Materials Science and Engineering faculty have been, over the years, highly prolific in publishing many types of scholarly documents, from refereed journal articles to patents and outreach documents. And, of course, there have been many chapters in books, too many to list here.

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Some additives to ceramic suspensions supply inorganic soluble ions and some supply hydrophobic organic molecules or polymers.

If hydrophobic organic additives are then added to the suspension, Thanks for signing up to receive Ceramic Processing E-zine. Both technically and economically, additives form a large and increasingly significant part of the polymer industry, both plastics and elastomers.

Since the first edition of this book was published, there have been wide-ranging developments, covering chemistry and formulation of new and more efficient additive systems and the safer use of additives, both by processors in the factory and, in 4/5(2).