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Com Keywords sintering; shrinkage; dilatometer; Optical Dilatometer; non contact; thermogravimetry; green bulk density; fired bulk density: loss of ignition; heat treatment. Abstract The optical measurement of thermo-mechanical properties allows the sample to be completely free from constraints. This enables the possibility to measure the true change in size or volume of a material during a sintering process. Thanks to the fact that the measure is carried out with no contact in becomes possible to carry out other measurements during the test, like the change in mass.
The objective of the present study is to use kaolinite, the most common constituent mineral in clay used in manufacturing traditional ceramics, to examine the role of the kaolinite phase transformations due to firing on moisture induced mass gain. High accuracy mass gain measurements were carried out using a microbalance under precisely controlled conditions of temperature and relative humidity. XRD and SEM were employed to examine phase changes. Experimental procedures The chemical composition of washed kaolin, supplied by Fisher Scientific Ltd, UK, was determined by X-ray fluorescence (XRF) using an Axios Sequential Spectrometer manufactured by PANalytical, The Netherlands.
All sizes increase as the temperature rises for both temperature rates. At a fixed temperature, however, the rise in the temperature leads to an increase in crystallite sizes. At 1150°C this increase is more accentuated. In particular at a temperature of 1150°C and at 20°C/min the anisotropic character of mullite crystallites decreases. A comparison with TEM observations (Fig. 3a and 3b) confirms the variation of the appearance relationship, although crystallite sizes are not representative. Fig.