Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 72, Issue 9–10, pp 335–340 | Cite as

Effect of High-Alumina Nanotechnogenic Petrochemical Wastes on the Heat Resistance of Clinker Brick

  • A. K. Kairakbaev
  • E. S. Abdrakhimova
  • V. Z. Abdrakhimov
Article

The use of high-alumina nanotechnogenic raw material as grog was found to be expedient for increasing the heat-resistance of clinker brick. As the content of aluminum oxide Al2O3 in a ceramic body compositions increases, the heat-resistance increases and the CLTE decreases when the clinker brick is fired (1250°C). For Al2O3 content in the ceramic body from 41 to 43% the heat-resistance of the clinker brick reaches its maximum value and ranges from 11 to 13 cycles. Regression analysis was used to obtain a mathematical model to determine the heat-resistance of clinker brick at points that were not present in the experimental series.

Key words

heat-resistance regression nanotechnogenic raw material clinker brick high-alumina petrochemical wastes grog addition 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. K. Kairakbaev
    • 1
  • E. S. Abdrakhimova
    • 2
  • V. Z. Abdrakhimov
    • 3
  1. 1.Kazakh-Russian International UniversityAktobeKazakhstan
  2. 2.S. P. Korolev Samara State Aerospace University (S. P. Korolev National Research University) (SGAU)SamaraRussia
  3. 3.Samara State Economics UniversitySamaraRussia

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