Overview of the rheological behaviour of ceramic slurries


Autores: Vitali, S. et Al.


Given that the majority of raw materials used in the ceramic industry have sedimentary origins, their formation is conducted in aqueous medium, reason for which most ceramic production processes involve water for manufacturing diverse semi-finished materials. However, the rheological behaviour inherent of ceramics may infer significant impact on their processing, defining crucial parameters such as solid-to-water ratio, deflocculation level, and tpye and amount of chemical additives to be used. Thus, the present work explores the intricacy of essential aspects of rheology in ceramic slurries, intending to provide an overview of the chemical, physical and practical influence on the manufacturing of tiles from both industrial and scientific points of view.

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