The normal operation of a hydrogen generator results in the formation of a large amount of aluminum oxide, which is a waste product of the generator’s working cycle. This nano-dispersed powder is interesting in the fact that its chemical dispersion in a reactor makes it possible to control its phase composition by using pure aluminum or different grades of silumin as a fuel. Experiments showed that the technical ceramic which is obtained from wastes formed during the operation of a hydrogen generator has excellent properties. Results are presented from a study of the properties of a traditional ceramic made from pure powdered aluminum oxide and a ceramic made from powders obtained in a hydrogen generator.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: May 23, 2013
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