Description

Encompasses the entire range of industrial refractory materials and forms: properties and their measurement, applications, manufacturing, installation and maintenance techniques, quality assurance, and statistical process control.

Readership

Engineers, scientists, industrial managers and graduate students in ceramic or materials engineering/science.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Technical Perspectives Historical Perspectives 2. Foundations of Hot Processing A Reference Chapter Computational Quantities and Conversion Factors Hot Processing Temperatures and Their Measurement Process Chemistry and Environments 3. Foundations of Refractory Application A Second Reference Chapter Contemporary Hot Processing Equipment Continuous Types - Vertical Continuous Types - Horizontal Batch Types - Circular Batch Types - Rectangular Other Refractory Applications 4. Principles of Thermal Stability Melting Points of Substances Melting of Oxide Mixtures Microstructural Integrity 5. Principles of Corrosion Resistance: Oxidation-Reduction Importance of Corrosion Gibbs Free Energies Refractory Alteration by Oxidation-Reduction 6. Principles of Corrosion Resistance: Hot Liquids Liquid Penetration and Dissolution-Corrosion Factors Governing Penetration Factors Governing Dissolution 7. Principles of Corrosion Resistance: Hot Gases and Dusts Atmospheric Penetration and Condensation Dusts: Deposition and Abrasion Conclusion: Principles of Working Refractory Construction 8. The Working Refractory Product Line Classification of Working Refractories Maximum Service Temperatures Thermal Stress Resistance Corrosion Resistance Qualifications for Working Refractory Service 9. The Insulating Refractory Product Line Applications and Application Criteria Classification of Insulating Refrac

Details

No. of pages:
650
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 1992
Published:
Imprint:
William Andrew
eBook ISBN:
9780815517566
Print ISBN:
9780815513049
Print ISBN:
9781455778317

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Reviews

"This handy reference book encompasses the entire contemporary range." - The Refractory Institute