The phase composition and structure of fusion-cast refractories composed of 57.0 – 84.2% Cr2O3, 4.3 – 36.1% MgO, 2.0 – 9.7% Al2O3, and 2.4 – 6.9% SiO2 have been studied by petrographic and x-ray spectral microprobe analysis methods. Refractories high in MgO with modulus M = (Cr2O3 +Al2O3)/MgO = 1.64 – 3.1 are shown to consist of spinel phase Mg(Cr, Al)2O4 and silicate glass. Refractory materials (80.8 – 84.2% Cr2O3, 4.3 – 4.7% MgO, 2.0 – 9.7% Al2O3, and 2.7 – 6.9% SiO2 with M = 18.7 – 20.2) are three-phase systems composed of spinel, escolaite, and glass phase. These materials, owing to their high corrosion resistance, have promising potentiality for practical applications.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 13, 2005
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