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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 33  1974
Thermodynamics of Clay-Water System
S. K. RoY AND S. D. RAMASWAMY
Pages : 58-62
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1974.10840840
Abstract
Specific energy designating the partial specific Gibbs free energy of water in a clay-water system is a fundamental parameter that can be used by ceramists to study the mechanical properties of this and other similar systems as well as the moisture mobility in them. Various methods available to measure this thermodynamic quantity including a new method based on mercury penetration measurements have been discussed. Variation of coefficient of internal friction with the specific energy has been studied and the results interpreted in the light of the available data on the relationships of specific energy with drying rate, Youngs modulus and slip casting rate in plaster moulds.
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