Best Books – Glaze Technology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Glaze Technology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Glaze Technology along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Glaze Technology subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Glaze Technology" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Investigation of Defects in Ceramic Plates: Engobe/Glaze Chipping” by Andre Paschoal

“Investigation of Defects in Ceramic Plates: Engobe/Glaze Chipping” Book Review: This book discusses the Analysis done on Ceramic floor coating defects. Different ceramic structure layer floor coping is discussed. Structured layers included are substrate, engobe and glaze. Proper studies on different materials and accurate conclusions are provided in this book. This book is useful for civil engineering students studying the ceramic industry.

2. “Understanding Glazes” by Richard A Eppler and Mimi Obstler

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“Understanding Glazes” Book Review: This book describes the creation and chemical functions of blaze and glass coating. Properties of coating, ceramic coating materials, the process of creating ceramic coatings are discussed in this book. This book is beneficial for ceramic engineering students and ceramic material manufacturers.

3. “Ceramic Glaze Technology” by J R Taylor and A C Bull

“Ceramic Glaze Technology” Book Review: This book mentions theory and practical aspects of ceramics glazing. Core definitions, theoretical aspects, glaze raw material and applications are discussed in this book. Other topics mentioned are a variety of materials, processes, firing and the avoidance of defects in finish products. This book is beneficial for ceramic engineering students.

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4. “Deformation Temperatures of Some Porcelain Glazes, And, a Type of Crystalline Glaze at Cone 3 (Classic Reprint)” by R T Stull
5. “Ash Glazes” by Phil Rogers

“Ash Glazes” Book Review: This book discusses the history of ash glazes. Main topics mentioned are a brief history of wood ash glazes, a growing plant, what is wood ash, collecting and preparing wood ash. Other topics mentioned are what are glazes and how do they work, making glazes, ash like glazes. Colourful images with proper labelling and data tables are provided to explain the important topics. This book is suitable for Civil engineering students exploring the field of glazes and ceramics.

6. “Clay and Glaze for the Potter” by Daniel Rhodes and Robin Hopper

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“Clay and Glaze for the Potter Book Review: This book includes the methods and basic information on creating clay and glazes. Topics on formation of glaze, Raw materials used and Health hazards are discussed. colourful images and photographs are provided to explain the historic photos of these ceramics. This book is beneficial for ceramic engineering students.

7. “Developing Glazes (New Ceramics)” by Greg Daly

“Developing Glazes (New Ceramics) Book Review: This book describes how to create your own glazes. Step by step instructions and practical advice are covered in this book for formation of glazes. How to mix glazes, planning recipes and correct firing temperatures are also included in this book. Images and examples are mentioned along with recipes. Students studying ceramic engineering can refer to this book.

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8. “Ceramic Formulas – The Complete Compendium: Guide to Clay, Glaze, Enamel, Glass and Their Colours” by John W Conrad

“Ceramic Formulas – The Complete Compendium: Guide to Clay, Glaze, Enamel, Glass and Their Colours” Book Review: This book is a complete guide to ceramic formulas on clay, glaze and their colours. Creation of glaze and formulas on adding some special effects to it are discussed in this book. Over 700 tested formulas are mentioned in this book. This book is useful for ceramic engineering students.

9. “Glazes and Glass Coatings” by Richard A Eppler

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“Glazes and Glass Coatings” Book Review: This book describes the advancement and chemical aspects of glazes and glass coatings along with its properties. Topics included are making ceramic coatings, chemical makeup, properties of these coatings. Up to date references on glazes from the ceramic industry are provided in this book. This book is beneficial for ceramic engineering students.

10. “Industrial Glass: Glazes and Enamels, Volume VIII” by Wilhelm Eitel
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