Chapter 1 improvement and alertness of Chrome?Alumina Refractories (pages 1–10): Terry M. Fraser
Chapter 2 impression of Carbon at the Microstructure of Periclase Refractories (pages 11–20): H. Emlemdi and J. R. Blachere
Chapter three influence of Anisotropic Thermal growth at the power of Phosphate?Bonded Al2O3 Bicrystals (pages 21–31): Morteza Soltani and James F. Benzel
Chapter four steered extra fabric facts for comparing the Mechanical power of Refractories (pages 32–38): Charles A. Schacht
Chapter five Refractory Castables for Alumina relief Cells (pages 39–42): Douglas V. Steward and Alton T. Tabereaux
Chapter 6 Refractories for Aluminum Salt bathtub functions (pages 43–60): John Y. Liu and S. D. Day
Chapter 7 research of equipment for comparing Monolithic Refractories for Molten Aluminum Containment, II (pages 61–66): Russell W. Rothrock
Chapter eight High?Fired Refractories for non-stop Casting of metal (pages 67–73): Subrata Banerjee and Gary L. Ramsey
Chapter nine improvement of Monolithic (Castables) metal Ladles at Gary Works (pages 74–81): Timothy L. Nosbisch, Richard M. Wardrop, John A. Kaniuk and Ian D. Prendergast
Chapter 10 New AZS Chromic Oxide Refractory for Wool Fiber?Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 82–90): T. M. Wehrenberg and C. N. McGarry
Chapter eleven approach regulate and caliber coverage of Calcium Aluminate Cements (pages 91–104): C. M. George and R. P. Racher
Chapter 12 Optimization of Refractory houses via Statistical layout (pages 105–120): H. David Leigh
Chapter thirteen SPC—The route to constant Refractory Brick caliber (pages 121–128): Harold S. White and Frank J. Hrbolich
Chapter 14 SPC at Mulcoa (pages 129–139): Dilip C. Jain
Chapter 15 Thermal and Mechanical homes of Fly Ash?Calcium Carbonate Refractory fabrics (pages 140–153): C. C. Chiu and E. D. Case
Chapter sixteen Regenerative warmth restoration utilized to Periodic Kilns (pages 154–157): Fred C. McMann
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Smothers Copyright 0 1988, The American Ceramic Society, Inc Ceram. Eng. Sci. , 9 11-21 pp. 43-60 (1988) Refractories for Aluminum Salt Bath Applications JOHN Y. LIU AND s. D. DAY National Refractories and Minerals Corp. O. Box 877, Pleasanton, CA 94566 A series of refractories including conventional brick, high alumina castables, and low water vibration mixes were evaluated for aluminum salt bath applications. The results ofpetrographic studies and physical property testing includingpore size distribution, thermal dilation under load, thermal cycling in an induction furnace.
The apparent reaction product of PHP with the salt bath is nepheline (NaAlSiO,) at its surface. According to the salt bath test results, significant refractory alteration would not be expected unless the test temperature was high enough to decompose the salts to active Na,O and K,O. At the slag line, the salt decomposition might exist if thermiting occurred. Further investigation under those conditions would be required to confirm this hypothesis. Since the molten salt is very fluid, all refractories will suffer salt penetration to different degrees.
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