A Novel Electro-Thermal Laminated Ceramic with Carbon-Based Layer
AbstractA novel electro-thermal laminated ceramic composed of ceramic tile, carbon-based layer, dielectric layer, and foaming ceramic layer was designed and prepared by tape casting. The surface temperature achieved at an applied voltage of 10 V by the laminated ceramics was 40.3 °C when the thickness of carbon-based suspension was 1.0 mm and the adhesive strength between ceramic tile and carbon-based layer was 1.02 ± 0.06 MPa. In addition, the thermal aging results at 100 °C up to 192 h confirmed the high thermal stability and reliability of the electro-thermal laminated ceramics. The development of this laminated ceramic with excellent electro-thermal properties and safety provides a new individual heating device which is highly expected to be widely applied in the field of indoor heat supply. View Full-Text
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Ji, Y.; Huang, B.; Rao, P. A Novel Electro-Thermal Laminated Ceramic with Carbon-Based Layer. Materials 2017, 10, 641.
Ji Y, Huang B, Rao P. A Novel Electro-Thermal Laminated Ceramic with Carbon-Based Layer. Materials. 2017; 10(6):641.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ji, Yi; Huang, Bin; Rao, Pinggen. 2017. "A Novel Electro-Thermal Laminated Ceramic with Carbon-Based Layer." Materials 10, no. 6: 641.
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