[Clayart] adding silicon carbide to clay
eciup at gmx.com
Wed Mar 26 13:17:41 EDT 2014
This seems to me to be a difficult and expensive way to build a heat
exchanger. Stainless steel would be much easier to work with, less
bulky, and probably more efficient. It can easily withstand the flue
temperatures since it is actively cooled on one side. Studio Potter
published an excellent design Volume 7 number 2 by Buddy Francis.
> Before I track down the engineers from saint gobain and/or try to reinvent the wheel, does anyone know much (or anything) about adding silicon carbide to clay in order to INCREASE thermal conductivity?
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