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Refractories

, Volume 28, Issue 3–4, pp 179–191 | Cite as

Highly concentrated ceramic binder suspensions (HCBS). Raw materials, properties, and classification (Review)

  • Yu. E. Pivinskii
Scientific Research

Conclusions

It was shown that the properties of HCBS are determined by two groups of factors that depends on the chemical composition of the solid phase and the production technology. Among the technological factors, the type of the lining and the grinding bodies of the ball mill has an exceptional influence.

It was shown that there is a regular relationship between the chemical nature of the solid phase, the production technology of HCBS, the state of the dispersion medium (fixed and free states), and the rheological properties. This relationship determines the binding properties of such systems to a large extent.

The factor of the chemical nature of the solid phase (characterized by the ionic potential IP) forms the basis for the suggested classification. We classified HCBS based on acidic, acidic-amphoteric, amphoteric, and basic materials. The specific features of the groups of HCBS were formulated.

We obtained HCBS of acidic and acidic-amphoteric compositions having the following characteristics: porosity 9–18% and σbnd after drying 2–10 N/mm2 and after strengthening 40–80 N/mm2.

Keywords

Porosity Dispersion Medium Basic Material Rheological Property Ball Mill 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. E. Pivinskii
    • 1
  1. 1.All-Union Institute of RefractoriesUSSR

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