Refractory materials for the melters of plants used in vitrification of radioactive wastes

Refractory materials for the melters of plants used in vitrification of radioactive wastes 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

Refractory materials for the melters of plants used in vitrification of radioactive wastes

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Materials Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science, general; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Materials
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