An investigation was carried out of the main structural types and production technology of ceramic materials with a rigid or floating frame based on a ceramic binder, i. e., ceramoconcretes.
The development of a production technology for ceramoconcrete should be based on the following basic principles: the grain-size distribution of the constituents should be decided with reference to maximum compaction and minimum shrinkage; the suspensions should be stabilized rheologically and added to the aggregate at minimal viscosity; the strength of the product should be optimal (i. e., adequate for construction purposes).
Toughening the product by the newly discovered mechanism of solution—condensation is a promising development in the technology of ceramoconcrete and unfired ceramics.
Ceramoconcrete is characterized by high resistance to cracking, high thermal strength, and good volumetric stability as a result of the “ceramic reinforcement” with a coarse-grained aggregate. Ceramoconcrete can be used with good results in place of ordinary concrete and ramming compounds as well as for many types of formed refractory and ceramic products.
KeywordsShrinkage Compaction Structural Type Ceramic Material Production Technology
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