Results are provided for comparative evaluation of the properties of pressed specimens of a matrix system and ceramic concrete specimens prepared on the basis of bauxite with very fine quartz glass and quartz sand (VFQG and VFQS), and also the thermal expansion of castings based on a suspension of quartz sand, bauxite and bauxite ceramic concrete. It is established that high-silica molded and unmolded ceramic concretes prepared on a basis of bauxite VFQG (85%) and VFQS (15%) have improved physicomechanical properties. After firing at 1150 and 1420°C their open porosity is 16 – 18% and the ultimate strength in compression is 95 – 125 MPa. Their temperature for the onset of softening is above 1570°C and higher than 1650°C (for compositions containing SiC).
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 24, 2009
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