Effect of the Physical Property of Insulator on the Slurry Stability

슬러리의 안정화가 애자의 물리적 특성에 미치는 영향

  • Published : 2001.12.01

Abstract

This paper was researched the effect of slurry stability on the mechanical and electrical property of the porcelain insulator with various raw materials such as feldspar, quartz, clay and l7wt% alumina. The slurry was fabricated after ball milling the mixed raw materials. Green compacts were made by the extrusion and were sintered at 1300$\^{C}$ for 60min in the tunnel kiln. All of the specimens were densified 96% of the theoretical density. The 3-point flexural strength($\sigma$$\_$B/) of the specimen stabilized slurry pH 7.8 was 1650 k9/㎠ and the vickers hardness(Hv) and the fracture toughness(K$\_$IC/) were 27.5 GPa and 2.2 MPa$.$m$\^$$\sfrac{1}{2}$/, respectively. The mechanical properties of the specimen stabilized slurry PH 9.3 were 1716 kg/㎠($\sigma$$\_$B/), 27.6 GPa(Hv) and 3.0 MPa$.$m$\^$$\sfrac{1}{2}$/(K$\_$IC/), respectively. The dielectric strength was increased from 8.3kV/mm to 13.2kV/mm as the increase of the slurry pH from 7.8 to 9.3. Therefore the physical properties of the specimen stabilized slurry pH 9.3 were improved.

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