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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 29  1970
Researches on Ceramic Materials in India
s. SEN AND s. KUMAR
Pages : 1-10
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1970.10855714
Abstract
CERAMIC research in India is primarily oriented towards utilisation of indigenous raw materials and the technological processes as practiced by or suited to our industry. Till recent past, the industry was almost entirely confined to producing the conventional items, such as crockery, sanitaryware, insulators, fireclay and basic refractories and the like. In order to meet the needs of the existing industry, a great deal of research effort had therefore to be directed towards evaluation and beneficiation of ceramic raw materials, substitution of imported items and standardisation and improvement in the quality of indigenous items. With the rapid progress, now being made in the field of electronics and nuclear technology the need for researches on the preparation and behaviour of special ceramic materials, has also been felt. This is evidenced by the increasing number of publication on these subjects during the recent years.
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