Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 52, No. 4, November, 2011 Review prepared by the editorial staff of Novye Ogneupory Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 8, pp. 64 – 65, August, 2011. motte articles in a quantity that assures that the chemical A METHOD OF MOLDING CERAMIC ARTICLES composition of Al O in the cellular silicate corresponds to 2 3 FROM AQUEOUS SLIP the stoichiometric quantity of Al O in cordierite. Reduction 2 3 F. Ya. Borodai of impurities in the metallic part of the melt also occurs. As a result of pouring off an x-ray amorphic foam silicate is Patent RU 2378223 IPC C04B35/14 formed and samples based on the silicate are molded. Heating of the samples is performed at a rate of 20°C/min to A method of molding large-size ceramic articles in the 940°C. Self-propagating crystallization accompanied by the form of bodies of revolution from aqueous slip that includes formation of cordierite of the following composition, wt.%, pouring of the slip into a capillary-active (for example, occurs at this temperature: MgO 13.9, Al O 34.4, SiO 51.1, 2 3 3 gypsym) mold, and setting of a ceramic billet on the surface SO 0.01, TiO 0.54, Fe O 0.05.
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