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Modeling of Binder Removal by Diffusion from Ceramic Green Body
David Retzloff, University of Missouri
Modeling of Binder Removal by Diffusion from Ceramic Green Bodies
David G. Retzloff and Stephen J. Lombardo, University of Missouri
This presentation delves into the fabrication of ceramic components via powder processing and the removal of the binder that aids in the processing of the ceramic green body. It begins with an introduction to the components involved in the process, and continues with the governing equations used for one-dimensional binder removal, decomposition reaction rate, as well as the relationships between weight fraction, volume fraction, specific volumes V1 and V2, and concentration as pertinent to the binder removal process. The presentation presents a step-by-step guide for how to model this in COMSOL.
David G. Retzloff
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Missouri
Presently an associate professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Missouri, David G. Retzloff received his PhD, MS, and BS from the University of Pittsburgh. He has previously worked as a consultant for AT&T and as a research engineer for Exxon. His focus is on analysis of dynamic systems.
Stephen J. Lombardo
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Missouri
Currently a professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Missouri, Stephen J. Lombardo received his PhD from the University of California-Berkeley, and a BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. His industrial experience includes Saint-Gobain Corporation and CeraMem Corporation. He focuses on Ceramic Materials and Ceramic Processing, Electronic Ceramics, and Transport Phenomena and Kinetics.
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