Rheological properties of individual suspensions of quartz sand, quartz glass, and Nizhne-Uvel'skoe (NU) clay and compound suspensions of these components containing 20 – 80% NU clay are studied. The effect of NU content on rheological properties of the compound suspensions is considered. Structural and mechanical properties of plastic masses (with a moisture content of 10 – 20%) based on compound suspensions using a Tolstoi plastometer are studied. The data obtained are used to determine the main elastoplastoviscous and structural-mechanical properties of the plastic masses. The effect of the added HCBS on the rheological characteristics is considered.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 9, 2004
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