Publications by Year: 1988

1988
Schilling, C. H. ; Samuels, W. D. ; Aksay, I. A. ANALYSIS OF PACKED-PARTICLE REARRANGEMENT DURING COLLOIDAL CERAMIC PROCESSING - GAMMA-RAY DENSITOMETRY AND A REVIEW OF ALTERNATIVE METHODS; Young, W. S. ; McVay, G. L. ; Pike, G. E., Ed. Amer Ceramic Soc: Westerville, 1988; Vol. 5, pp. 181-198.
Carty, W. M. ; Stangle, G. C. ; Laine, R. M. ; Youngdahl, K. A. ; Sarikaya, M. ; Aksay, I. A. FABRICATION OF HIGH-TC CERAMIC SUPERCONDUCTING FIBERS FROM ORGANOMETALLIC PRECURSORS. Sampe Quarterly-Society for the Advancement of Material and Process EngineeringSampe Quarterly-Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering 1988, 20, 3-6.
Aksay, I. A. FORMING OF CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITES WITH COLLOIDS. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical SocietyAbstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 1988, 195, 63-COLL.
Stangle, G. C. ; Rhee, D. J. ; Aksay, I. A. A MODEL OF MOMENTUM, HEAT, AND MASS-TRANSFER WITH CHEMICAL-REACTION IN A DISORDERED POROUS-MEDIUM. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical SocietyAbstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 1988, 195, 65-COLL.
Laine, R. M. ; Yogo, T. ; McElhaney, S. K. ; Yin, T. K. ; Youngdahl, K. A. ; Aksay, I. A. ORGANOMETALLIC PRECURSORS TO HIGH-TC CERAMIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical SocietyAbstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 1988, 195, 431-INOR.
Cesarano, J. ; Aksay, I. A. PROCESSING OF HIGHLY CONCENTRATED AQUEOUS ALPHA-ALUMINA SUSPENSIONS STABILIZED WITH POLY-ELECTROLYTES. Journal of the American Ceramic SocietyJournal of the American Ceramic Society 1988, 71, 1062-1067.
Cesarano, J. ; Aksay, I. A. ; Bleier, A. STABILITY OF AQUEOUS ALPHA-AL2O3 SUSPENSIONS WITH POLY(METHACRYLIC ACID) POLY-ELECTROLYTE. Journal of the American Ceramic SocietyJournal of the American Ceramic Society 1988, 71, 250-255.
Sarikaya, M. ; Kikuchi, R. ; Aksay, I. A. STRUCTURE AND FORMATION OF TWINS IN THE ORTHORHOMBIC YBA2CU3O7-X. Physica CPhysica C 1988, 152, 161-170.
Yin, T. K. ; Aksay, I. A. ; Eichinger, B. E. THE STUDY OF POLY(OCTADECYL METHACRYLATE) AS A SURFACTANT IN THE PROCESSING OF ALUMINA POWDERS. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical SocietyAbstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 1988, 196, 65-IEC.
Sonuparlak, B. ; Aksay, I. A. Manufacture of porous ceramics using decomposable polymeric microspheres, and the resultant products, 1988.Abstract
The title porous ceramics, having a controlled microstructure consisting of pores of predetd. size, shape, and spatial distribution, are prepd. by (a) forming a colloidal suspension of ceramic material and uniform and identical polymeric microspheres, (b) stabilizing the interaction between the microspheres and the ceramic particles, (c) consolidating the colloidal suspension by removing the liq. and forming a compact body, and (d) heating the body to decomp. the microspheres and sintering the body to obtain a porous ceramic body having multiple, evenly distributed, noncontiguous pores. These porous ceramics are useful for a variety of applications, including multilayer tape casting. A 54-vol.% aq. α-Al2O3 suspension was prepd. using 0.5 wt.% NH4 salt of polyacrylic acid as anion surfactant and 0.08 wt.% (based on dry Al2O3) citric acid as a stabilizer. The suspension was treated with ultrasound to break up agglomerates with a polystyrene suspension (30-40 vol.%), and the colloidal suspension was then slip-cast, dried, and sintered to form a single porous layer, that was slowly dried, heated to 1000° at 22.5°/h, and sintered at 1550° to obtain a ceramic body with controlled microstructure. [on SciFinder(R)]