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Electrical Properties and Far-infrared Ray Emission of Ceramics Manufactured with Sawdust and Rice Husk
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Electrical Properties and Far-infrared Ray Emission of Ceramics Manufactured with Sawdust and Rice Husk
Oh, Seung Won;
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 Abstract
This study investigated electrical properties and far-infrared ray emission according to the carbonizing temperature and phenol-formaldehyde (PF) resin impregnation ratio of ceramics manufactured using sawdust and rice husk. The far-infrared ray emission values and emission energy values decreased as the carbonizing temperature increased. The far-infrared ray emission values of the ceramics manufactured using a carbonizing process at and a board with a PF resin impregnation ratio of 60 percent was 0.930; the emission energy presented the highest value of . The electric resistance decreased as the carbonizing temperature increased. For the increase in the carbonizing temperature above , ceramics was very close to a conductor due to the small resistance. The power consumption increased by the decrease of electric resistance and increase of the electric current in the case of a higher resin impregnation ratio.
 Keywords
sawdust;rice husk;ceramics;electrical properties;far-infrared ray emission;
 Language
Korean
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