By Mohamed N. Rahaman
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Unlike the case of advanced ceramics, chemical reaction during firing is often a requirement. The starting materials for traditional ceramics therefore consist of mixtures of powders with a chosen reactivity. For example, the starting powders for an insulating porcelain can, typically, be a 49 50 Chapter 2 mixture of clay (ϳ50 wt%), feldspar (ϳ25 wt%), and silica (ϳ25 wt%). Fine particle size is desirable for good chemical reactivity. The powders must also be chosen to give a reasonably high packing density that serves to limit the shrinkage and distortion of the body during firing.
Generally, ball mills that run at low speeds contain large balls because most of the mechanical energy supplied to the particle is in the form of potential energy. Those mills that run at high speeds contain small balls because, in this case, most of the energy supplied to the particle is in the form of kinetic energy. For a given size of grinding medium, since the mass is proportional to the density, the grinding medium should consist of materials with as high a density as possible. In practice, the choice of the grinding medium is usually limited by cost.
1982, 61, 336. 90. Brook, R. J. Concise Encyclopedia of Advanced Ceramic Materials; Brook, R. J. ; The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1990, pp. 1–8. 91. Chu, G. P. K. Ceramic Microstructures; Fulrath, R. , Pask, J. A. ; John Wiley: New York, 1968, p. 833. 92. Dalgleish, B. ; Evans, A. G. J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 1985, Vol. 68 (1), 44. 93. Yan, M. ; Rhodes, W. W. Am. Ceram. Soc. Bull. 1984, Vol. 63 (12), 1484. 94. Schmutzler, H. I. J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 1994, Vol. 77, 721. 1 INTRODUCTION As outlined in Chapter 1, the characteristics of the powder have a remarkable effect on subsequent processing, such as consolidation of the powder into a green body and firing to produce the desired microstructure.
Ceramic Processing and Sintering by Mohamed N. Rahaman