|Monthly Tech-Tip |
Refers to the percentage of deflocculant required to bring a slurry to a specific degree of flow and a specific density. For example, a data sheet might specify:
"Measured at 305 degrees TTV, fitted with 30swg wire and 11/16" bob (equivalent 5 poise). Slurry density 1620 g/l = solids concentration 62% use 3:1 Na2SiO3(c.100):Na2CO3"
Density (Specific Gravity)
Rheology of a Ceramic Slurry
Tests conducted on bodies made from materials, as opposed to the materials themselves.
|By Tony Hansen|
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