Results of a study of the phase composition and structure of corundum-graphite materials on a combined pitch-ethylsilicate binder with an additive of B2O3 are considered. The mechanism of formation of \-SiC in mixtures based on corundum, silicon carbide, graphite, and a silicon additive with the use of the combined binder is described. The ecological problems of the use of pitch and ethyl silicate in the composition of the binder are solved by involving the products of the gel destruction and pitch coking in the reactions of low-temperature synthesis of oxygen-free compounds, β-SiC in the first place.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 26, 2007
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