Use in ceramic mixes of aluminum-containing waste containing more than 50% Al2O3 facilitates formation of α-Al2O3 and mullite, which improves object physicomechanical and chemical properties. Use of aluminum-containing waste containing less than 30% Al2O3 does not facilitate formation of α-Al2O3 but promotes mullite formation. Cristobalite does not form with use of aluminum-containing waste with an increased amount of alkali (R 2O > 11%), and this has an unfavorable effect on ceramic composite material physicomechanical indices.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 16, 2015
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