Carbon-containing refractories exhibiting different or similar resistance in steel smelting production units are studied. Properties are analyzed for articles of domestic and overseas production under conditions of a single metallurgical plant. The greatest resistance is demonstrated by articles containing a liquid binder with a significant amount of coke residue, a greater amount of fine fractions of a mineral filler, and additions of finely dispersed carbon. The substance and grain size composition and production technology form an article structure with a specific pore distribution with respect to size. The amount of pores smaller than 45 µm and an increase in their content govern an increase in refractory resistance.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 26, 2007
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