, Volume 35, Issue 10, pp 328–333 | Cite as

Special features of forced heat treatment of self-compacting mixtures

  • V. N. Sokov
Lightweight Refractories Of Self-Compacting Mixtures


The mechanism of self-compaction of mineral-polystyrene mixtures in a closed perforated volume treated by different heating agents, namely, hot gas, live steam, and electricity, is considered. It is established that heat treatment of the foaming mixtures should be started at high temperatures, by a thermal shock, without stepped increase of the temperature, as is commonly done with conventional mixtures.


Foam Heat Treatment Steam Thermal Shock Live Steam 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. N. Sokov
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  1. 1.Moscow Construction Engineering InstituteMoscowRussia

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