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Shcherbinka, Russia

Krasnyi B.L.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Chernikov V.A.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics

A comparative analysis is made of certain types of ceramic products and the processes that are chosen to make them in order to ensure that they have a certain level of physico-mechanical properties. Some of the features and capabilities of hot casting are examined in the fabrication of high-porosity and high-strength thin-walled ceramic products of complex shape. Results are presented from experiments and studies of ceramic specimens made by hot casting. It is shown how the strength properties and open porosity of the ceramics change in relation to the parameters of the production process. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source

Krasnyi A.B.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Palii I.N.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Grigor'Ev A.A.,Teplopribor Plant

The Bakor Scientific-Technical Center has developed a new material with a corundum-mullite-zirconium composition to line the bottom of pusher heating furnaces. The material owes its high strength to the use of high-tech raw materials and a modified binder. Positive results have been obtained from the use of preshaped blocks in a continuous furnace at a forging-machine plant (in Ukraine). © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source

Krasnyi B.L.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Tarasovskii V.P.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Palii I.N.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | Krasnyi A.B.,Bakor Scientific Technical Center | And 2 more authors.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics

Unit production costs can be reduced by using highly efficient new materials created using the latest technologies. This article describes a method for obtaining products made of refractory ceramic KMTs. The article presents results from a study of the decomposition of zircon at different temperatures and results from commercial trials of the new products on the walking beam of continuous walking-beam furnaces. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. Source

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