Within the scope of the problem of a composition – structure – property material formula, phase composition, structure, physicomechanical, and thermophysical properties are developed and studied for heat insulation materials based on thermally expanded vermiculite. Concepts are formulated for multilevel structural engineering of heat insulation fire- and heat-reflecting materials, within which at the level of material and production models conditions are realized for creating planned property indices for granules of thermally-expanded vermiculite, consolidation regimes in continuous granular-porous structures in terms of cement-, clay-, and water glass, and other binder systems, strengthened with ceramic fibers, and not requiring high-temperature hardening. Graded self-strengthening multilevel structures are provided by working regimes of heating units during their operation.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 8, 2012
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