Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 44, No. 3, 2003 UDC 666.974.2:666.3.7 HIGHLY CONCENTRATED CERAMIC BINDING SUSPENSIONS (HCBS) AND CERAMIC CASTABLES. STAGES IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Yu. E. Pivinskii Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 2, pp. 28 – 39, February, 2003. velopment of ceramic fairings for missiles of different Precisely 25 years ago, in the journal Ogneupory (Febru- classes [13 – 16]. In distinction from the early fiber glass ary, 1978), our paper “Fundamentals of ceramic castable fairings that were designed for missile velocities of up to two technology” was published . Earlier, the principles out- lined in that paper were reported and discussed at All-Union Mach numbers, fairings were required for velocities reaching conferences held in 1976 in Sverdlovsk and Leningrad. ten Mach numbers. Upon firing such a missile, the missile’s Dating back to 1968, the first data on highly concentrated fairing, because of the aerodynamic drag, develops within binding suspensions based on quartz glass were reported in 2 – 5 sec a temperature exceeding 1500°C; occasionally, the [2, 3]. The technology of ceramic castables is precisely based temperature may be as high as 2500°C [13, 14]. The fairings, on the use of ceramic binding suspensions. In 1969 ,
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