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Ceramic Horn Sculpture

Description: The ceramic sculpture in the shape of a horn is decorated with blue on white flowery designs.
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Date: unknown
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[Bowl]

Description: The bowl is decorated with three animals and three trees in blue, red, green and yellow. On the rim is the name Peter and a thin blue line and red dots encircle the rim.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Cooper, Susie
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Atomization Method of Making Uranium Powder

Description: Atomized U powder was produced by forming an electric arc between two U electrodes in an inert atmosphere and sending a high velocity stream of inert gas through the arc. Uranium particles obtained by this method were of spherical shape; smaller particles contained mostly small grains, and larger particles wore characterizcd by larger grains. The particles were ductile and could be hotpressed to a compact of high density. The temporary equipment used for those preliminary tests on atomization was not adequate to control particle size. Suggestions for the production of atomized U powder of controllable quality are included. (arth)
Date: August 1, 1950
Creator: Hausner, H. H. & Mansfield, H.
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Ceramics as a Creative Medium for Sixth and Seventh Grade Pupils

Description: In view of the fact that clay has not been used so extensively or wisely in elementary art education as the generally recognized importance of the material seems to justify, the purpose of this study is to explore the possibilities of clay as a creative medium and to determine which of the many ceramic techniques are most suitable for use by pupils in the upper elementary grade.
Date: August 1952
Creator: Pickens, Alex L.
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Creation of Ceramic Forms Combining Stoneware and Porcelain

Description: The problem under investigation is the creation of ceramic forms using both stoneware and porcelain in the same piece of ware. Sub-problems are to experiment with the best techniques of joining different clay bodies and the creation of aesthetically pleasing pieces which combine the textural beauty and rich glazes of stoneware with the bright glazes and the white and sometimes translucent body of porcelain.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Havis, Charles K.
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[Ceramics Factory]

Description: Photograph of a Chinese ceramics factory. In the foreground, vases and dishes are laid out on wooden racks. Terracotta vessels are piled up in woven baskets in the center. Two people stand in front of a kiln in back. More racks are visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

[Ceramics Workshop]

Description: Photograph of a ceramics workshop in China. A row of pitchers are visible on a table in the foreground. A woman sits behind the table painting one of the pitchers. Other tables and workers are visible behind her.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Properties of High-Temperature Ceramics and Cermets: Elasticity and Density at Room Temperature

Description: From Introduction: "The present paper contains detailed descriptions of the methods used in calculating both the elastic constants and the statistical parameters. These detailed descriptions have been included for two reasons: (1) To leave no doubt as to the exact procedure, and (2) to act as a guide to other workers who might wish to make similar determinations."
Date: March 1, 1960
Creator: Lang, S. M.
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The Production of Ceramic Ware by Slip-Casting

Description: This report discusses the production of ceramic ware through the process of slip-casting. The report separately describes the processes of creating zirconia ware, beryllia ware, alundum ware, thoria ware, and specially shaped ceramic ware.
Date: October 20, 1945
Creator: Calderwood, Wayne
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Effect of Solute Atoms Upon Vacancy Climb of Prismatic Dislocations in Al- 5% Mg Alloy

Description: The climb rate of prismatic dislocations in quenched Al-5% Mg Alloy was studied by bulk annealing and also by high-temperature electron microscopy of thin foils, In bulk and thin-foil specimens, loops and helices were always observed to grow. The activation energy was determined to be 0,95 plus or minus 0.05 ev. The results can be interpreted on the basis of a binding energy between vacancies and magnesium atoms which can be x0.1 to 0.4 ev, depending on their geometrical configuration. (auth)
Date: September 1, 1962
Creator: Eikum, A. & Thomas, G.
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[Vase]

Description: The vase is covered in a yellow mottled with green matte glaze. The form is decorated with vertical sweeping lines meeting at the top opening.
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Date: 1905/1907
Creator: Van Briggle Pottery Company
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[Vase]

Description: The vase's body is blue with a blue stripe around the base. Marking the shoulder area are a blue and a green stripe above which are grapes and leaves.
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Date: 1904/1910
Creator: Bailey, H. & Meyer, J.
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Vase

Description: The view shows the entire vase with its twisted lip and brown glaze.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Ohr, George E.
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[Vase]

Description: The vase is blue with the shoulder area decorated with yellow flowers and loosely drawn vertical stripes.
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Date: 1910~
Creator: Paul Revere Pottery Company
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[Vase with Iris Decoration]

Description: The green and yellow vase is composed of vertical undulating grooves terminating in flower shapes around the shoulder and opening with the petals forming the opening.
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Date: 1905/1919
Creator: Tiffany Studios
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Vase

Description: The vase is molded and glazed in green and brown. The shape's surface undulates resembling something organic.
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Date: 1905/1919
Creator: Tiffany Studios
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Ornamental Dish

Description: This decorative dish is covered with figures, fish and waves in many colors and patterns.
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Date: 1880~
Creator: Gallé, Emile
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Gestural Expressions in Clay

Description: The nature of clay's physical attributes and the application of these characteristics to an expression of gestural movement in utilitarian ceramics.
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Date: August 2001
Creator: Neergaard, Nancy Dart
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METALLURGY DIVISION QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT FOR PERIOD ENDING JANUARY 31, 1953

Description: A study was made of the effect of the addition of V aad Si on the properties of Th; corrosion of stainless steel in uranyl sulfate; corrosion, brazing, and welding of stainless steel; properties of Ti; method of combining deuterium and O for return to the reactor; spot welding of fuel elements; fabrication of reactor fuel elements; mechanical testing of U, Th, and stainless steel; surface rearrangements on a single crystal of Cu in contact with a saturated solution of Cu in Bi; development of cermets for reactor components; fabrication of Th-U fuel elements and Al-U alloy componerts. (J.E.D.)
Date: April 1, 1953
Creator: Bridges, W.H. ed.
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