Experimental data on laminated materials with layers of different density intended for heat-shielding, erosion-resistant, and refractory applications are reported. Two-layer specimens based on oxide materials with different macroporous structure (granulated, containing burn-out additions, and chemically swollen based on a phosphate binder) are considered. Test results for a pilot batch of two- and three-layer components for refractory lining (200 × 100 mm plates) based on phosphate-bonded corundum are given.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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