Requirements imposed on the quality of Dinas refractory (silica refractory) and mortar intended for the masonry of the roof of a high-capacity glassmaking furnace are formulated. A calculation of the parameters of a curved roof with width of the span 9 m using only wedge-shaped articles is presented. The efficiency requirements of the thermal insulation of the roof are determined. Anovel structure of thermal insulation based on the use of molded and unmolded articles is developed.With an average reheat temperature of the roof of 1486°C, the specific heat flow into the environment is 544 W/m2, which is 33.4 – 57.6% below the indicators of well-known designs for the thermal insulation of the roof of a glassmaking furnace.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 9, 2014
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