, Volume 8, Issue 11–12, pp 732–736 | Cite as

Thermal shock resistance of refractories

  • L. A. Plotnikov
Heat Technology


Thermal Shock Thermal Shock Resistance 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. A. Plotnikov
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  1. 1.Moscow S. Ordzhonikidze Engineering-Economics InstituteUSSR

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