Application of Refractories: Ceramic Engineering and Science

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Chapter 1 influence of Dopants at the Creep habit of Low and Ultra?Low Cement Refractory Concretes (pages 1–8): Cheng?Hwa Liu, Jose Luis Mendoza and Robert E. Moore
Chapter 2 overview of Abrasion?Resistant Monolithic Refractories (pages 9–12): G. N. Zirczy
Chapter three assets of Variability within the ASTM C?704 Abrasion Resistance attempt strategy for Monolithic Refractories (pages 13–20): C. E. Chaille
Chapter four Controlling the environment fee in Phosphate?Bonded Spinel platforms (pages 21–31): Alan Cisar
Chapter five power checking out of Mortars (pages 32–40): D. S. Blum
Chapter 6 the consequences of Long?Term Heating at the Thermal surprise houses of easy Refractories (pages 41–49): Donald J. Griffin and Thomas G. Miller
Chapter 7 improvement and function of latest excessive Tech Monolithic Refractories for Molten Aluminum purposes (pages 50–62): Robert J. Milauskas
Chapter eight software of Ceramic Foam Filters in Molten steel Filtration (pages 63–74): J. W. Brockmeyer and L. S. Aubrey
Chapter nine Ceramics in warmth Exchangers—An evaluate replace (pages 75–80): B. D. Foster
Chapter 10 development record on box checking out of All?Ceramic Tube?in?Shell Recuperators (pages 81–84): R. G. Graham
Chapter eleven actual features of a Porous Silica fabric shaped by means of Pyrolysis of Silicone Rubber (pages 85–92): Kew?Ho Lee and Soon?Jai Khang
Chapter 12 Operational positive factors and result of a automatic, Radial warmth move device for selecting Thermal Diffusivity and Conductivity (pages 93–105): G. S. Sheffield and M. Vukovich

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W. W. Henslee, and G. W. ” M m c e s in C e m m i c 13 s 411-18 (1985). W . Henslee, J . S. Linsey, S. I. Morrow, J . N. Pcriard, and C. R. S. Patent No. 4 400 431. A. Quill and R. R. Smyth, “A Cornprehcnsive Quality Assurance Program for Advanced Ceramic Raw Materials,” American Ceramic Society Paper 16-R-85F ‘J. E. Cassidy, Am. Ccram. Soc. Bull. 56 [7J 640-43 (1977). Table I. impurity Content of Various Commercially Available Spinels &033 MgO CaO SiO, Fez03 Na,O (WW) (W%) (wt%) (W%) (W%) (W%)

8-1 (Throw-in), 57 Fig. 8 . Block 2-spineVcement-bonded castable. 2-1 (Throw-in). 58 Fig. 9. Block 10-fused spinel/cement-bonded castable. 10-1 (Throw-in) 59 Fig. 10. Block 7-fused spinel/cement-bonded castable. 7-1 (Throw-in).

The brick halves which were thermally shocked were placed in an electric furnace already at 1038°C (1900°F). Four samples of each refractory were placed in the furnace and soaked for one h. These were then removed from the furnace and cooled to room temperature. 89cm (9 in. x 6 in. 89cm (6 in. ) face of the brick is exposed to the heat. The furnace is gas fired and capable of reaching 1371"C (2500 OF). Two movable doors are attached to the furnace and can be swung into place. While one panel is being heated, the other is force cooled by an air quench.

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