Results are provided for a study of porous ceramic materials prepared in the course of chemical and exothermic reactions based on a system containing secondary resources (chamotte scrap, mullite-containing waste, aluminum smelting slag), aluminium phosphate binder, aluminum refractory clay, and various additives. Temperature dependences are established for heat capacity and thermal conductivity in the range 30 – 1000°C for the material obtained. It is shown that the optimum overall aluminum and slag content in a mixture for preparing porous materials is 10 – 20%. It is established that addition of magnesite and chrome-magnesite, and also ammonium dihydrophosphate, makes it possible to control density and strength of the materials obtained.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 28, 2017
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