Results of corrosion resistance tests of different types of refractory materials (fusion cast baddeleyite-corundum, high-zirconium, corundum, and chromium-containing materials) in melts of borosilicate and phosphate glass used for vitrification of radioactive wastes are presented. It is shown that the fusion cast high-chromium refractory materials KhPL-85 and KhMG-5, both of which contain more than 80.0% Cr2O3 , possess more than twice the corrosion resistance of the chromium-aluminum-zirconium refractory KhATs-30 (an analog of the refractory material ER 2161) and more than triple that of the baddeleyite-corundum refractories ER 1681 and ER 1711. High-chromium refractory materials may be considered promising candidates for use as the material of melters in plants for vitrification of radioactive wastes.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 28, 2010
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