Optical microscopy is used to determine wetting angles for aluminosilicate refractories with molten industrial electrolyte and NaF. Kinetic wetting parameters and interaction of electrolyte with refractory are determined. It is shown that removal of silicon from refractory also occurs in the form of silicon monoxide. It is established that aluminosilicate refractories, prepared with addition of mullite-corundum chamotte, are wetted worse by fluoride salts, but the corrosion resistance of them is better than for refractories prepared by normal technology.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 18, 2008
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