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Measuring the Plasticity of Ceramic Bodies – Part 1

”Plasticity is like honesty. It is hard to define, but it is associated with certain properties.” Scott Blair “Formability refers to the property of a solid substance (solid as opposed to liquid) to react to external forces by changing its shape, without the cohesion of the elementary particles being lost. Especially for the
process of shaping ceramics, the condition of rupture-free deformation is of considerable importance. […] The body will be all the more formable when the forces necessary to move the particles against each other during deformation are lower, i.e. the lower the viscosity of the body is.“ Theodor Haase


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