ACerS Structural Clay Products Division
|The Structural Clay Products Division of The American Ceramic Society emphasizes the most efficient and economical ways to manufacture brick, pipe, red-body tile and other structural clay products.|
SCPD and SW Section with National Brick Research Center Meeting
June 5-8, 2023 Austin, TX USA
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Structural Clay Products Meeting Spotlight
More than 100 attendees converged in downtown Charlotte, N.C., from May 9–11, 2022, to take part in the combined meeting of the ACerS Structural Clay Products Division (SCPD), ACerS Southwest (SW) Section, and Clemson University’s National Brick Research Center (NBRC). The meeting was successful due to the combined efforts and teamwork between members of the ACerS SCPD and SW Section and NBRC staff. Read more...
ACerS members enjoy unlimited access to ACerS journals. Here is a recent article pertinent to SCPD members.
Conceptual design and cost analysis of a large-scale plant for converting red mud into building materials
Agenor De Noni Junior
Study of clay's mineralogy effect on mechanical properties of ceramic body using an experimental design
Afef Jmal Ayadi
Property modifications of low-grade clay through physical treatments and its incidence in the pozzolanic activity
Oscar O. Vásquez-Torres
Three‐dimensional complex construct fabrication of illite by digital light processing‐based additive manufacturing technology