Theoretical principles of the production of glass fiber

Theoretical principles of the production of glass fiber Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 46, No. 4, 2005 UDC 666.762.1-494.001 V. M. Kovylov Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 8, August, 2005, pp. 55 – 56. Amorphous (glass-like) aluminosilicate fibrous materials group are oxides with A < 100, which fail to form glasses have gained, among other refractory fibers, wide acceptance even under special experimental conditions; (ii) assigned to in industry. They are prepared from refractory thermoelastic the 2nd group are oxides with 100 < A < 1000, which form viscous melts in the Al O –SiO system using steam- or glasses by instantaneous quenching, and (iii) assigned to the 2 3 2 air-jet spinning techniques. The aluminosilicate glass fibers 3rd group are typical glass-forming oxides. Oxides of the 1st and related materials have been widely used as highly effi group are low-viscous, with an avalanche-like mode of melt - - cient heat insulators. Appealing features of the jet spinning ing; oxides of the 2nd group are low-viscous, with a clear technique are the technological simplicity and high economi tendency toward crystallization, and oxides of the 3rd group cal efficiency. Amorphous fibers are prepared from a molten display a high-viscosity mode of melting and a low crystalli refractory mixture Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

Theoretical principles of the production of glass fiber

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Materials Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science, general; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Materials
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