Papers by Author: Hui Wang

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Authors: An Ze Shui, Ling Ke Zeng, Ping An Liu, Xiao Su Cheng, Hui Wang
Abstract: A new control method of the particle orientation structure with super high magnetic field is studied for Al2O3 ceramics. Al2O3 slurry was made with two types of Al2O3 particles, which one was spherical shape of, and the other one was elongated shape of. The Al2O3 ceramics of orientation structure was fabricated by drying the Al2O3 slurry under the super high magnetic field, cold isostatic pressing (CIP) and sintering. Effects of particle shape, particle size, the solid loading, slurry viscosity, dispersant content and the magnetic field strength on the particle orientation structure were examined in detail. The experimental results indicate that even the spherical Al2O3 particles can align under the magnetic field; the particle orientation degree changes with the particle shape and the solid loading under same magnetic field strength conditions, and the elongated particle system is easier to align than the spherical particle system; the particle orientation degree of the Al2O3 ceramics can be controlled by adjusting the particle shape, particle size, solid loading, slurry viscosity, dispersant content and magnetic field strength.
Authors: Ling Ke Zeng, Yan Chun Liu, Wen Cheng Zhu, Ping An Liu, Hui Wang, Xiao Su Cheng, Qian Ying Liang
Abstract: In this paper, the reaction mechanism of inorganic carbon and titanium dioxide synthesis of titanium carbide thermodynamic were explored, and a thermodynamic basis date for the microwave heating was provided. Through analyzing the experimental results for the thermal stability of titanium carbide, we could obtain the theoretical parameters for the actual synthesis process.
Authors: Ping An Liu, Qing Song Yang, An Ze Shui, Hui Wang, Xiao Su Cheng, Ling Ke Zeng, Yang Liu
Abstract: A new synthesis technology of titanium carbide with microwave is introduced in this article. Microwave synthesis technology is a fast and relatively low temperature of synthesis method. Nano-titanium carbide powders were synthesized by carbothermal reduction of titanium dioxide and carbon black with the microwave synthesis method at 1100°C-1400°C in argon gas atmosphere. Nano-TiO2 powder and carbon black were used as raw materials. The TiC powders were characterized with the XRD and TEM. The experimental results show that the synthesis rate is quick, even at relatively low synthesis temperature. The average particle size of the TiC powders synthesized by the microwave synthesis technology under low temperature (<1300°C) is less than 50nm, and the average particle size augments with increasing the microwave synthesis temperature and time.
Authors: Xiu Yan Li, Ling Ke Zeng, Ping An Liu, Hui Wang, An Ze Shui
Abstract: The photocatalyst of nanometer ZnO powder was prepared by precipitation method with ZnSO4⋅7H2O and Na2CO3 as raw materials. Laboratory experiments with methyl orange (MO) as the model pollutant have been carried out to evaluate the photocatalytic activity of nanometer ZnO photocatalyst. A high-pressure mercury lamp was used as the energy source for the photocatalytic experiments. The effects of process parameters such as catalyst loading, initial methyl orange concentration, pH and electrolyte on the photodegradation have been investigated.
Authors: Hui Wang, Shi Ming Liu, Ling Ke Zeng
Abstract: Silica alcogels were prepared by hydrolysis with hydrochloric acid and condensation with NH4OH of ethanol diluted tetraethylorthosilicate (TEOS) precursor and trimethylchlorosilane and hexane as surface modifying agent. The physical properties such as density, appearance, hydrophobicity, surface area, pore size distribution and thermal stability were measured. It was found that the physical and hydrophobic properties of the silica aerogels depend on the TMCS/hexane (V) volume ratio. The density decreased with increase of V, and the aerogels are more hydrophobic as V=3%. The aerogels were thermally stable up to a temperature of 350 °C, and the aerogel prepared has a high surface area and large pore volume.
Authors: Hui Wang, Ling Ke Zeng
Abstract: Mullite fiber porous ceramic was prepared by forced liquid displacement forming and using Mullite precursor sols as binders. SEM studies have shown that the uniformity of integral ceramic is good although the binder and fiber congregate slightly. Mullite precursor sols spread to films or congregate together in miniature. The mullite sol binders between fibers limit to the contact points and the redundant binders form flat film even if they are superfluous, and the pores were not built up even where the binders congregate badly. The results from mercury porosimetry testing of the mullite fiber porous ceramic showed the relationship of cumulative intrusion and diameter for mullite fiber porous ceramic using colloidal mullite binder, and the mean pore size is 45.6μm. The pore size distribution is very broad, from about 0.2 to 174.9μm.
Authors: Xiao Hong Liu, Hui Wang, Ling Ke Zeng, Cheng Ji Deng
Abstract: In this paper, A14SiC4 was synthesized by using flint, aluminum and carbon black as raw materials,and they mass ratio was 28:50:22. The samples were fired at 1500°C、1600°C and 1700°C in an argon atmosphere. The phase compositions were determined by X-ray diffraction (XRD), the microstructures were examined by scanning electron microscope (SEM) and the elemental and quantitative compositions were determined by the energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX). The results showed that the flint reacted with the carbon black, and produced Al2O3 and SiC firstly; meanwhile Al4C3 as intermediate product formed by the reaction between Al and C. Then a certain Al4C3 reacted with SiC, and produced A14SiC4; most Al4C3 reacted with the Al2O3, and produced Al4O4C at higher temperature. Subsequently, the Al4O4C and the SiC reacted with carbon black, and produced A14SiC4. The formed quantity of A14SiC4 increased as the heating temperature was raised, and crystal structure was the flake structure of 1-2μm thickness and about 10μm length. The formation mechanism of A14SiC4 was also discussed.
Authors: Shu Long Zheng, Hui Wang, Qi Tang
Abstract: The thermal properties of the crystal sandstone light ceramic products, nature sandstones, tiles and composite floorboards were analyzed and compared in detail by scanning electron microscope (SEM) and thermal simulation method. The results show that the different thermal properties are the main factors which lead to the different thermal comfort to these materials. It is analyzed in theory that the good thermal comforts of the crystal sandstone light ceramics are come from the low thermal conductivity and low density mainly. And the thermal simulation is a reference method on the thermal comfort research of architectural ceramics.
Authors: Ling Ke Zeng, Hua Feng Liu, Hui Wang, Guo Wu Tang, Qian Ying Liang, Yan Chun Liu
Abstract: In the last decade, The government and scientific researchers have payed a lot of attention to waste slag of aluminum factory . Many scholars have done a great deal of research and put forward many valuable resource recycling methods,Especially in ceramics field. This paper has reviewed the aluminum slag application ways that researched by our team and some other related scholars,and mainly overviews the application in ceramic filed.
Authors: Ping Li, Ling Ke Zeng, Bo Wu, Xiao Su Cheng, Hui Wang, Ping An Liu
Abstract: According to the similarity of the infiltration continuous equation and the thermal conductivity differential equations, the infiltration model of molten salt to fiber porous ceramic is designed by using Fluent software. The results can reflect the actual process of melting infiltration. Furthermore, the influences of different infiltration ways on infiltration process, with the same volume but different radius pillar, are simulated. It is found that infiltration time can be shortened for pillar fibers porous ceramics with same volume. When increasing the radius, horizontal infiltration is superior to vertical infiltration for pillar fibers porous ceramics when <1 and vice versa.
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