The results of experimental studies of aluminosilicate cement are described identifying two temperature intervals of deformation, which differ in their creep regularities. The first range is typical of composites with an unstable low-temperature structure (heat treatment up to 800°C), and the second interval is typical of relatively stable high-temperature structures (> 1000°C). Two ranges of deformation are identified based on stress. In the first range the deformation process is determined by sintering shrinkage under a load which is lower than the surface tension; the second deformation range is typical of loads exceeding the surface tension.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 13, 2007
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