A concept of ceramic refractory technology is formed, based on advanced examples of material nano-, micro-and macrotechnology, of the technique of high and elevated pressure (0.1–1.0 GPa), high-speed (pulsed, 5–15 msec) loading and molding of powder heterocompositions in hydrodynamic machines of the HDM class, performed under the action of propellant explosive substances (ES), manufactured from inexpensive artillery powders. Control of dynamic and production parameters for molding objects is provided by the weight of ES charge or the charging density in the hydrodynamic machine (HDM) combustion chamber. Scientific and technical bases created in GNU IPM NAN Belorussii for ceramic and refractory technology based on high energy pulsed compaction make it possible to organize and assimilate output of a broad range of objects for the ceramic and refractory industries.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 4, 2008
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