Ceramic concrete specimens are prepared based on HCBS of mullite-silica composition (58% Al2O3) and fillers of similar and chamotte compositions, having markedly better properties than for traditional refractories with the same Al2O3 content. An ultimate strength in compression of 150 – 250 MPa with porosity of 6 – 11%, and a temperature for deformation under load T g of 1540 and 1460 MPa are obtained correspondingly for ceramic concrete specimens with an Al2O3 content of 58 and 42%. With respect to T g, mullite-silica ceramic concretes (58% Al2O3) correspond to traditional mullite (62 – 72% Al2O3), chamotte (42% Al2O3) and mullite-silica (45 – 62% Al2O3) refractories.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 6, 2011
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