2 edition of Basic refractory resources of New Zealand found in the catalog.
Basic refractory resources of New Zealand
by Christchurch Industrial Development Division, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research in [s.l.]
Written in English
|Series||Research report - Christchurch Industrial Development Division, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research -- X736|
|LC Classifications||TN677.5 R44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
Various refractory bricks in different sizes and shapes are now available for diverse applications. The typical refractory materials include fireclay refractories, high alumina refractories. Condition: New. Language: Number: Publisher: Metallurgical Industry Press. Pub. Date The book has 6 chapter 30 chapters. describing the physical and chemical basis of refractories. refractory materials classification and nature of the refractory microstructure.
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The book surveys a wide range of lining system geometries and material combinations and covers a broad/5(3). behavior, i.e. their reaction to the type of slags. Accordingly the refractory materials are of three classes - Acid, Basic & Neutral.
Acid Refractories: Acid refractories are those which are attacked by alkalis (basic slags). These are used in areas where slag and atmosphere are acidic.
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Refractory materials, like all solids, expand on heating, the degree of expansion being related to the chemical composition of the ium oxide has the highest coefficient of expansion of the refractory materials commonly used.
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There is a wealth of detail in this work, a collection of contribution from 17 authors, including Schacht himself, which will probably be more useful in the hands of those whose jobs are to assess refractory failures, develop containment systems that are not currently commercially available, or to challenge standard conventions with the aim of making long-term s: 4.
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All prices are in NZ Dollars. Important Note: Due to the coronavirus (COVID), all information regarding events is subject to change. With extensive experience in the field of refractories, from failure investigations to product and process performance optimization, we deliver refractories training courses to companies worldwide to a varied range of industries including: glass, cement, refractories, petrochemical, iron.A refractory material or refractory is a material that is resistant to decomposition by heat, pressure, or chemical attack, and retains strength and form at high temperatures.
Refractories are inorganic, nonmetallic, porous, and heterogeneous. They are typically composed of oxides of the following materials: silicon, aluminium, magnesium, calcium, and zirconium.Blond; 7-Impact of operating conditions on refractory lining wear by J.
Poirier and M. Rigaud. The content of the book has been reviewed by fourteen fellow experts (industrials and academics) worldwide. It represents a major contribution to grasp in depth the main principles to address the major issues concerning the corrosion of refractories.