Physical Properties of Refractories
High temperature physical corrosion and resistant properties of refractories and their measurements are briefly discussed. Laboratory simulations of service conditions provide information about specific properties which must be advantageously chosen in combination in developing and/or selecting refractories capable of meeting actual service applications.
KeywordsDirect Bonding Refractory Brick Copper Converter Checker Service Bethlehem Steel Corporation
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