Results are presented from studies of the properties of medium-cement refractory concrete with a composite deflocculant (the ratio of sodium tripolyphosphate to polycarboxylate ether Castament FS-20 in the deflocculant was 2/1). The properties are examined as a function of the curing temperature (+10, +20, and +30°C) and the choice of cement (Gorkal 40, Gorkal 70). The effect of curing temperature on the rheology of the paste and the strength of the concrete is also discussed.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 8, 2012
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