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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics

, Volume 59, Issue 2, pp 190–193 | Cite as

Charge Activation Methods During Foam Glass-Ceramic Preparation

  • K. S. Ivanov
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Methods are presented for charge preparation during manufacture of foam glass-ceramic by firing a charge of opal-cristobalite powder and sodium hydroxide at 850°C. The main material specimen properties are studied in relation to prior action on a charge of hydrothermal treatment at atmospheric and elevated pressure. A correlation is established for test methods with a change in charge silicate modulus and its effect on a reduction in average material density, and also consumption of the more expensive component, i.e., sodium hydroxide.

Keywords

foam glass-ceramic opal-cristobalite powder hydrothermal treatment foaming sodium hydroxide 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FGBUN Earth Cryosphere Institute, Tyumen’ Scientific Center, Siberian SectionRussian Academy of SciencesTyumen’Russia
  2. 2.FGBOU VO Tyumen’ Industrial UniversityTyumen’Russia
  3. 3.ANO Gubernskaya AkademiyaTyumen’Russia

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