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Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government | Abdrakhimova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University
Coke and Chemistry | Year: 2011

Investigation of the heat and mass transfer in the firing of light ceramic brick permits the regulation of the process (in accordance with the change in effective thermal characteristics of the brick when fuelindustry wastes are used) and the determination of rational firing conditions. The effective thermal diffusivity of the brick is least in the temperature range where physicochemical processes are most intense. © 2011 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government | Abdrakhomova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University
Coke and Chemistry | Year: 2011

More uniform pores are formed in light-weight brick that contains 50% coal-enrichment waste and 50% beidellite clay. On introducing 50% coal-enrichment waste in ceramic, the micropore structure also becomes more uniform, as indicated by the reduced curvature of the plot of logJ against φ 2. © 2011 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government | Khlystov A.I.,Samara State University | Semenychev V.K.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics | Year: 2010

Use of inorganic technogenic raw material in composites with phosphate binders makes it possible to prepare a whole set of materials for special purposes: heat-resistant concretes and solutions, liquid phosphate binders, etc. From an ecological point of view these materials may be in demand in the same enterprises where they are formed, and this is a significant step on the path to waste-free technology. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. Source


Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government | Kulikov V.A.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government | Kovkov I.V.,Samara Academy of State and Municipal Government
Coke and Chemistry | Year: 2010

Research shows that the use of montmorillonite clay and flotation wastes from coal enrichment permits the production of an effective heat insulator: high-performing claydite. Coal-enrichment wastes facilitate the formation of mullite on firing claydite. © 2010 Allerton Press, Inc. Source

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