By Denis A. Brosnan

ISBN-10: 1574980467

ISBN-13: 9781574980462

For these concerned with drying of ceramic fabrics, this ebook, written through best specialists within the box, will make a good addition on your own library. to be able to accommodate readers with quite a lot of pursuits and skills, such a lot chapters are divided into sections through simple and complex suggestions. The publication comprises laboratory routines and difficulties on the finish of every bankruptcy (with solutions to chose difficulties within the appendix).

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Without using a new procedure to dry the tile that might result in double handling of the material (resetting the tile for firing), discuss methods to reduce the cracking problem. 13. In manufacturing ceramic products using tunnel kilns, waste heat from cooling is normally used in drying the product. It is usually desired to avoid allowing combustion gases from entering the dryers due to their potential content of acid gases such as H2SO4 or HF. If these enter the dryer, metal salts can be created in the drying product, which migrate to the surface and lead to a discoloration on the fired product known as scumming.

1). So the choice of the system is simply a matter of convenience. 5 Evaporation and Convection Drying Processes Drying of ceramics is accomplished by the evaporation of water, that is, the change of state of water from a liquid to a gas in the form of water vapor. Thermal energy is required to accomplish this change of state. 2). The term latent is not intended to be confusing. It simply means that there is heat (energy) that can be available or recovered when desired. It is similar in concept to potential energy.

If the beaker is placed on a laboratory hot plate whose surface temperature exceeds 100°C, heat will be transferred by conduction from the hot plate surface through the beaker into the water, eventually causing the water to boil (evaporation of all the water). If, however, the beaker is placed instead on a counter top with a fan blowing hot air at 100°C onto the beaker, heat would be transferred by convection (transfer of energy by air molecules contacting the beaker and exposed water surface, eventually evaporating all of the water).

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