Results of high-temperature creep tests of alumosilicate concretes on a phosphate binder that consists of a mixture of electrocorundum, technical alumina, and pyrophillite are presented. The mixing liquid is H3PO4 and an alumochromophosphate binder. The creep tests have been performed using an installation created by BashNIPIstrom State Enterprise, which makes it possible to test three specimens in one cycle simultaneously. The experimental data on the deformation of the concretes as a function of the pressing pressure, the treatment temperature, and the test conditions (the time, the temperature, and the load) are presented. The present work is the first attempt to study the endurance of materials on phosphate binders under the joint action of high pressures and loads.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 21, 2007
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