Novel Three-Dimensional Extrusion of Multilayered Ceramic/Camphene Mixture for Gradient Porous Ceramics

Ik Jun Choi, Young Wook Moon, Young-Hag Koh, Hyoun Ee Kim

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This study proposes an innovative way of creating porous ceramics with a unique gradient porous structure using three-dimensional extrusion of a multilayered ceramic/camphene feed rod, denoted as "3D-Exm". This 3D-Exm technique utilizes the wall slip phenomenon during the extrusion process, which can create a gradient core/shell structure with a gradual change in the core/shell thickness ratio. In addition, the microstructure of ceramic filaments can be tuned through the use of the camphene as a pore-forming agent. Porous alumina ceramics produced using a bilayered feed rod comprised of the alumina/camphene mixtures with the relatively high (ϕH = 40 vol%) and low ceramic contents (ϕL = 10 vol%) showed a gradual change in porosity in the intermediate region between the relatively dense (porosity = ~3 vol%) and highly porous regions (porosity = ~85 vol%).

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JournalJournal of the American Ceramic Society
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2015

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Novel Three-Dimensional Extrusion of Multilayered Ceramic/Camphene Mixture for Gradient Porous Ceramics. / Choi, Ik Jun; Moon, Young Wook; Koh, Young-Hag; Kim, Hyoun Ee.

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