Certain Principles of Formation of Porous Ceramic Structures. Properties and Applications (A Review)
- 575 Downloads
The current state of the production of porous ceramics is considered, mainly for high-temperature applications in various fields of engineering. A classification for these materials is proposed and the most commonly used methods for increasing porosity in ceramics are described.
KeywordsPolymer Porosity Porous Ceramic Ceramic Structure
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.S. V. Glebov <nt>(ed.)</nt>, Lightweight Refractories[<in Russian>], Metallurgizdat, Moscow (1945).Google Scholar
- 2.I. Ya. Guzman, Highly Refractory Porous Ceramics[<nt>in Rus-sian</nt>], Metallurgiya, Moscow (1971).Google Scholar
- 3.I. Ya. Guzman and E. P. Sysoev, Technology of Porous Ceramics Materials and Articles[<in Russian>], Priokskoe Knizhn. Izd-vo, Tula (1975).Google Scholar
- 4.A. S. Berkmam and I. G. Mel'nikova, Porous Permeable Ce-ramics[<in Russian>], Stroiizdat, Leningrad (1969).Google Scholar
- 5.V. A. Kitaitsev, Technology of Heat-Insulating Materials[<in Russian>], Stroiizdat, Moscow (1970).Google Scholar
- 6.A. N. Gaodu and I. S. Kainarskii, "A study of kinetics of alu-mina slip swelling for making lightweight corundum materi-als," Ogneupory, No. 6, 270–275 (1964).Google Scholar
- 7.I. D. Kashcheev and K. K. Strelov, Fibrous Refractory Mate-rials[<in Russian>], Ekaterinburg (1992).Google Scholar
- 8.Yu. L. Krasulin, Porous Construction Ceramics[<in Russian>], Metallurgiya, Moscow (1980).Google Scholar
- 9.Yu. P. Gorlov, Refractory and Heat-Insulating Materials[<in Russian>], Stroiizdat, Moscow (1976).Google Scholar
- 10.M. A. Lur'e and V. P. Goncharenko, Lightweight Refractories in Industrial Furnaces[<in Russian>], Metallurgiya, Moscow (1974).Google Scholar