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Unformatted text preview: 1 Ceramics and Glasses ISSUES TO ADDRESS... How do we classify ceramics ? What are some applications of ceramics ? How is processing of ceramics different than for metals ? 2 Glasses Clay products Refractories Abrasives Cements Advanced ceramics-optical -composite reinforce -containers/ household-whiteware -structural-bricks for high T (furnaces)-sandpaper -cutting -polishing-composites -structural-engine rotors valves bearings-sensors Classification of Ceramics Ceramic Materials 3 Continuous cooling transformation diagram for the crystallization of a lunar glass 4 Blowing of Glass Bottles: GLASS FORMING Ceramic Fabrication Methods (i) Gob Parison mold Pressing operation Suspended parison Finishing mold Compressed air Fiber drawing: wind up PARTICULATE FORMING CEMENTATION-- glass formed by application of pressure-- mold is steel with graphite lining Pressing: plates, cheap glasses 5 Mill (grind) and screen constituents: desired particle size Extrude this mass (e.g., into a brick)Extrude this mass (e....
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