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Characteristics of Painting Film Corresponding with Particle Distribution of Oyster Shell Powders
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 32, Issue 2,  2016, pp.261-271
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2016.32.2.14
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Painting Film Corresponding with Particle Distribution of Oyster Shell Powders
Song, You Na; Park, Ga Yeong; Lee, Han Hyoung; Chung, Yong Jae;
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 Abstract
We have investigated relationship between particle characteristics of oyster shell powder pigments and their performance such as workability and durability. Three types of the powder which have different particle size and shape(spherical, elliptical, columnar and irregular) distributions were made for this study and we evaluated spreadability and uniformity for workability, and adhesion and surface hardness for durability of painted films by each powder paints. As a result, we found out that the workability and durability of the paints were influenced by the particle shape distribution more than the particle size distribution. The durability, especially, was enhanced as the ratio of columnar particles in the powders was increased. This result verifying the important factor affecting the durability can be base data for selecting oyster shell white paint and assessing its quality for conservation and restoration of Dancheong, as well as to produce high quality traditional paints.
 Keywords
Hobun;Oyster shell;Particle size distribution;Particle Shape;Workability;Durability;
 Language
Korean
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