The use of artificial ceramic binders based on thermally activated high-alumina raw materials in a semi-dry pressing technology
Results are presented from feasibility studies of the use of artificial ceramic binders based on activated high-alumina raw materials to make refractory materials. It was found that specimens based on heat-treated binders have better indices than HCBS-based specimens and factory prototypes.
Keywordsartificial ceramic binders HCBSs (highly concentrated binding suspensions) refractory products high-alumina fireclay pressing pressure
The studies discussed here were conducted within the framework of the Federal Incentive Program ÉScientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Cadre for an Innovative RussiaÊ for the period 2009 ä 20013. The overriding objective of the studies was ÉThe Development and Processing of Composite Ceramic Materials,Ê GK No. 14.740.11.1076.
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