Fundamentals of Refractory Technology by Ritwik Sarkar

By Ritwik Sarkar

This up-to-date reprint offers updated details on refractories know-how awarded by way of famous specialists within the box. made out of targeted periods of 2 Refractory Ceramics department conferences, refractory scientists from all over the world have been invited to supply overviews of the medical rules on the topic of refractory production and function. the result's this informative quantity and a present view of the Fundamentals of Refractory Technology.Content:
Chapter 1 Particle dimension Distribution as a Predictor of Suspension stream habit (pages 3–28): Randall M. German
Chapter 2 Rheology and Plasticity for Ceramic Processing (pages 29–52): William M. Carty
Chapter three the character of Chemical Reactions that happen in the course of Castable set up and Analytical strategies Used to stick to those Reactions (pages 53–71): C.D. Parr, C Revais and H. Fryda
Chapter four hot temperature Mechanical habit of Magnesiagraphite Refractories (pages 73–92): Carmen Baudin
Chapter five wanted primary Thermomechanical fabric homes for Thermomechanical Finite aspect research of Refractory constructions (pages 93–101): Charles Arthur Schacht
Chapter 6 Porous Ceramic Simulation of Reservoir Rocks decision of Porosity by means of electrical Permittivity Measurements (pages 103–134): Joaquin Lira?Olivares, Diana Marcano, Cyril Lavelle and Francisco Garcia Sanchez
Chapter 7 Corrosion of business Refractories (pages 135–154): M. Rigaud
Chapter eight program of Thermochemislry to Refractories (pages 157–170): Akira Yamaguchi
Chapter nine Creep size and research of Refractories (pages 171–193): J. G. Hemrick and A. A. Wereszczak
Chapter 10 Corrosion of Refractories in Glass?Melting program (pages 195–221): SM Winder and KR Selkregg
Chapter eleven Oxyfuel Firing results on Refractories (pages 223–233): R. E. Moore, M. Velez, M. Karakus and W. D. Headrick
Chapter 12 Cold?Setting Cordierite Castables (pages 235–244): Esteban F. Aglietti, Nora E. Hipedinger and Alberto N. Scian
Chapter thirteen types of in situ Refractories (pages 245–252): W E Lee, S Zhang and H Sarpoolaky
Chapter 14 using Modeling in Refractories (pages 253–259): Charles E. Semler
Chapter 15 tub Penetration of Barrier Refractories for Aluminum Electrolytic Cells (pages 261–288): George Oprea
Chapter sixteen Interfacial Phenomena (pages 289–307): Claude Allaire

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In this case, the difference between a dispersed and a flocculated suspension occurs over a very narrow pH range. The suspension structure is also heavily dependent on the degree of interaction between the particles. In a dispersed suspension the particles essentially act independently, while in a flocculated suspension the particles form a threedimensional network. In the flocculated case, the particle structure creates voids which trap water causing the system to behave as if at a much higher particle concentration.

R. M. German, and A. Bose, Injection Molding of Metals and Ceramics, Metal Powder Industries Federation, Princeton, NJ, 1997. 15. J. E. Funk and D. R. Dinger, Predictive Process Control of Crowded Paniculate Suspensions, Kluwer Academic, Norwell, MA, 1994. 16. T. A. Ring, Fundamentals of Ceramic Powder Processing and Synthesis, Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 1996. 17. R. M. German, Powder Injection Molding, Metal Powder Industries Federation, Princeton, NJ, 1990. 18. C. W. , New York, NY, 1994.

15 Fundamentals of Refractory Technology 41 To demonstrate that the CCC is independent of the anionic species involved, CaCl2 and CaS0 4 additions were evaluated, as shown in Figure 12. The limited solubility of CaS04 prevents further addition without adding solid. Figure 13 indicates that the CCC for Ca2+ and Mg2+ are identical in samples in which chloride salts have been added, and are approximately eight times lower than the CCC for NaCl. It is also evident that above a certain ionic strength level, the viscosity reaches a stable plateau, that appears to be at an intrinsic limit for this suspension.

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