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A method for producing glass omitting the liquid phase, i.e., production of glass based on kanazite synthesized by hydrothermal treatment of amorphous rocks, is developed and scientifically substantiated. Kanazite is a complex glass material suitable for glass production without adding...
Undercoat enamels for steel with increased strength of adhesion are synthesized on the basis of alumina-bearing waste. Mathematical modeling is implemented and a regression equation is obtained.
Data on the main service properties of melted-cast and fired refractories are given, whose application in regenerators of glass-melting furnaces ensures the long-time service life of checkerwork without hot repairs involving its replacement. An evaluation of the thermal efficiency of different...
The composition and structure of thin copper, gold, and aluminum films deposited on a substrate made of vitreous quartz are investigated. The composition of the film – substrate interfaces is analyzed.
The optimum regime for drying silicophosphate gel for glass production are selected. The kinetics of drying of gel is investigated.
A technology for producing a gypsum-ceramic material based on acid fluoride, which is an industrial chemical waste, is developed. The resulting material can be easily polished, does not accumulate static electricity, and has a surface texture resembling marble.
The effect of heat treatment on the phase composition, microstructure, and properties of glass ceramics is studied. The possibility of obtaining glass ceramic materials of virtually the same composition with a wide range of electromagnetic characteristics on the basis of iron-bearing glass is...
Composite materials based on sodium silicate, tremolite, diopside, wollastonite, and industrial waste (milled porcelain and fired clay powder) are synthesized. A technological scheme for their production is proposed.
The essence of pulse hardening of sheet glass is considered and the results of a three-stage pulse hardening of sheet glass with a shrinking polymer film, are given.
The possibility of using pyroxene skarn from the Koitashskoe ore field for production of glass ceramic materials is discussed and crystallization specifics of its melt is investigated. A material of a prescribed mono-mineral pyroxene composition is obtained. Sintered glass ceramics based on it...
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