The compositions of glasses formed in the process of operation of an aluminum electrolyzer, the lowest content of aluminum at which the glass is separated into aluminosilicate and oxyfluoride components, and the temperatures of softening and of formation of drops of titanium-bearing glasses composition close to the glass in ShPD-45 refractory (with an additive of mullite-corundum chamotte) are determined. It is shown that the oxyfluoride glasses consist of both a silica skeleton and a corundum skeleton. The titanium-bearing glass phase can hinder penetration of aggressive gaseous byproducts of electrolysis.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 3, 2008
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