Comprehensive Overview of the Thermal Properties of Ceramics

Do you know everything about your ceramic materials? Download your free digital copy covering a wide range of ceramic applications.

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‘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 sintering
  • Kinetic simulation of sintering processes

…and many more!

Also, find different measurement examples on our website: Ceramics & Glass – NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing (netzsch-thermal-analysis.com)

An overview of all our existing hardcover books, paperbacks and eBooks dealing with Thermal Analysis and Rheology can be found here.

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