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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics

, Volume 56, Issue 2, pp 142–143 | Cite as

Heat-Resistant Corundum Concrete Reinforced with Aluminum Oxide Fibers Synthesized Within a Matrix During Firing.Part 8. Petrographic and X-Radiographic Study of Reinforced Refractory Concrete1

  • V. N. Sokov
  • S. D. Sokova
  • V. V. Sokov
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It is noted that the reinforcing components is distributed quite uniformly within concrete. Adhesion with binder is strong. Under action of high temperature there is active conversion of raw material fibers into corundum with an increase in volume. The material created surpasses unreinforced concrete with respect to strength properties and thermal shock resistance, and is distinguished by good volume constancy during operation.

Keywords

mineral and phase composition x-ray structural analysis corundum matrix microstructure reinforcing component 

References

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    V. N. Sokov and V. V. Sokov, “Fibrous nanocorundum products for use in a high temperature gas stream,” Refract. Indust. Ceram., 53(6), 379 – 383 (2013).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    V. N. Sokov and V. V. Sokov, “Study of the thermophysical properties of a fibrous nanocorundum?based material with a protective coating in a high temperature gas flow,” Refract. Indust. Ceram., 53(6), 357 – 359 (2013).CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FGBOU VPO Moscow State Building UniversityMoscowRussia

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