Papers to be delivered

The following papers will be delivered at Qualicer 2014:

  • “How inkjet printing became possible – A view of the R&D&I chain”
  • New business models for the Spanish ceramic sector
  • The ceramic industry in Spain: challenges and opportunities in times of crisis
  • Practical experience in the implementation of ETAG 034 for ceramic external wall cladding kits – CE marking of kits in accordance with EU construction products regulation no. 305/2011
  • The assessment of hollow or drummy tiling
  • Ceramics in building rehabilitation. Innovation and reuse
  • Ceramic fabrics: a new architectural opportunity for ceramics
  • Designing a passivhaus using ceramic materials with high thermal inertia. Computer modelling in transient regime.
  • Open habitat. An open source technology development platform for the smart habitat
  • Quantification of building energy efficiency enhancement with innovative systems based on ventilated façades
  • Thermal and acoustic performances of porcelain stoneware tiles
  • Basic design: a creative tool for personalizing ceramic products
  • Comparative analysis of the environmental performance of different building envelope solutions, considering the influence of ceramic tiles
  • A model for the analysis of ceramic flooring integrity. Application to the study of cracking in tiles.
  • Cr(VI) removal from washing water using laminar double hydroxides. Obtainment of ceramic pigment eco-precursors.
  • Continuous compaction of ceramic slabs with integrated fastening system
  • Increase in vitrified tile production by the use of borate flux
  • Feasibility of using rice straw ash in porcelain tile compositions
  • Ink technology for the digital decoration of ceramic tiles: an overview
  • A travel into ceramic pigments micronizing
  • Polishing process of ceramic tiles – influence of tool wear on gloss
  • Estimation of quartz particle size and content from non-destructive measurements of the ceramic tile modulus of elasticity
  • Energy efficiency begins with the design of the ceramic plant
  • Pigmented aqueous systems for digital decoration
  • Influence of the kaolin in the substrate on the quality of inkjet printing
  • An insight into the pyroplasticity of porcelain stoneware tiles
  • Ecodesign certification according to ISO 14006. Application to the die for ceramic tile production
  • Crystallization behaviour of CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 glass-ceramic glazes using TiO2 and mullite under fast firing conditions
  • Everything you always wanted to know about inkjet printing image control…
  • but were afraid to ask
  • Selection of additives for reducing the toxicity of quartz in ceramic compositions
  • Formulation of porcelain tile glazes using a new boron raw material. Study of the physico-chemical transformations that develop in firing.
  • Nanostructured coatings on fired glazes by spray pyrolysis
  • Strategic nanofiltration applications in ceramic and related industry waters
  • Strategic environmental communication tools
  • Reduction of CO2 emissions in ceramic tile manufacture by combining energy-saving measures
  • On-line deformation monitoring of thin ceramic tiles
  • Chemical etching as non-slip treatment on porcelain stoneware tiles
  • Determination of the dustiness of raw materials used in the ceramic sector
  • Synthesis of ceramic pigment by non-conventional methods for use in the new ceramic decoration technologies
  • Study of ceramic body compositions with the addition of mullites obtained from thermally activated clays
  • Ceramic tiles with very low density developed by recycling glaze waste
  • Adaptation of ceramic tile dimensional tolerances to product type and processing conditions
  • Analysis of the life span of flooring slip resistance performance
  • Comparative study of different control strategies in the ceramic tile forming stage
  • Anti-slip ceramic tiles obtained by inkjet printing. The problem of chemical resistance
  • Use of coatings to reduce fluorine compound emissions
  • Influence of printing conditions on image quality
  • Stabilisation of pigments in digital inkjet printing inks by wetting and dispersing additives based on new polymerisation technologies
  • Optical hazing in polished porcelain tiles: Measuring, thus defining, controlling and defeating a defect
  • An irresistible trend. The application prospect of ink-jet printing technology in China’s ceramic industry
  • Colour management software for the ceramic industry