‘Ceramics’ is a collective term for traditional stoneware and tableware, building materials and raw materials that are composed of silicates, oxides and other high-melting-point inorganic compounds. In addition, glass, structural ceramics, tribological ceramics, and electrical ceramics are also included nowadays.
Thermoanalytical methods have always played an important role in the investigation of raw materials, the optimization of manufacturing processes and the characterization of finished products.
Learn more in our eBook! The free eBook begins by introducing the most common thermal analysis methods for characterizing specific properties of the ceramics material group, and then goes on to outline a wide range of different applications. Download the eBook here and discover ceramic applications such as:
- Binder burnout
- Thermal shrinkage and expansion
- Thermal conductivity
- Phase changes
- Rate-controlled SinteringSintering is a production process for forming a mechanically strong body out of a ceramic or metallic powder. sintering
- Kinetic simulation of SinteringSintering is a production process for forming a mechanically strong body out of a ceramic or metallic powder. sintering processes
…and many more!
Also, find different measurement examples on our website: Ceramics & Glass – NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing (NETZSCH-thermal-analysis.com)
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