Likelihood of Forming Copper-Enamel Separating Surface Through Roasting

Authors

  • Vladimer GORDELADZE Georgian Technical University
  • Archil SARUKHANISHVILI Georgian Technical University
  • Marina KAPANADZE Georgian Technical University
  • Maia MSHVILDADZE Georgian Technical University
  • Tamar LOLADZE Georgian Technical University International Black Sea University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31578/.v4i1.71

Keywords:

Enamel, Copper, Separating surface, Silicide, Thermodynamic measurement

Abstract

The article deals with the ascertaining the likelihood of the formation of separating surface in the process of enamel surface roasting. The
assumption made is based on the evaluation of copper-enamel roasting thermodynamic process. Cohesion of these materials with B-O-Cu,
Al-O-Cu, Ba-O-Cu bonds and the II group elements of the periodic system is the result of copper metallide creation.

Author Biographies

Vladimer GORDELADZE, Georgian Technical University

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Archil SARUKHANISHVILI, Georgian Technical University

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Marina KAPANADZE, Georgian Technical University

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Maia MSHVILDADZE, Georgian Technical University

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Tamar LOLADZE, Georgian Technical University International Black Sea University

Department of Metallurgy, Metals Science and Metal ProcessingFaculty of Computer Technologies and Engineering,

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Published

31-05-2015

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