Highly porous SiC ceramics from particle-stabilized suspension View Full Text


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2017-07-06

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Woo Young Jang, Jung Gyu Park, Bijay Basnet, Kim Tae Woo, In Sub Han, Ik Jin Kim

ABSTRACT

This study reports on the wet-foam stability of porous ceramics that are formed from a particle-stabilized colloidal suspension for which the direct-foaming method is used. To stabilize the wet foam, an initial colloidal suspension of silicon carbide (SiC) was partially hydrophobized by the surfactant octylamine (12.5 wt.%). The influence of the binder content on the wet-foam stability in terms of the air content, bubble size, contact angle, surface tension, surface-free energy, Laplace pressure, and relative bubble size is described in this paper. The results show a wet-foam stability of more than 95% that corresponds to an air content of 87.8%, an increase of the adsorption free energy from 3.0 × 10−5 to nearly 7.5 × 10−5 J, a Laplace pressure increase from 0.16 to 0.20 mPa, and a relative bubble size of 1.3 for the colloidal particles with a 20 wt% binder content. The uniform distribution of the highly open/interconnected pores could be controlled with thick struts and an increasing of the binder content up to 20 wt%, leading to the achievement of a higher-stability wet foam with respect to the porous ceramic. More... »

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657-665

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  • 1991. Properties and Applications of Silicon Carbide Ceramics in SILICON CARBIDE CERAMICS—1
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