A dependence is revealed for carbonization of CLGG-binder stone on binder composition and heat treatment parameters. As a result of this there is a marked change in the nature of cementing newly-formed stone that is reflected in its operating life. In order to obtain material resistant to carbonization a four-factor experiment is implemented and the combination of binder components, and heat treatment parameters are determined. Different ratios of binder with fine filler, binder composition, and isothermal heating temperature, and also the effect of production factors on cement strength deformation properties, are determined. It is noted that strength in compression of fine-grained concrete in dry and water saturated conditions steaming temperature and amount of filler have the greatest effect on condition.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 3, 2016
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