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Filimonov A.S.,Moscow State Technical University | Tarasov V.A.,Moscow State Technical University | Komkov M.A.,Moscow State Technical University | Moiseev V.A.,ZAO Compomash TEK | And 2 more authors.
Polymer Science - Series D | Year: 2016

This paper studies the role of a binder in ensuring the efficiency of a thermal insulation material (TIM) based on glass microspheres. A one-criterion experimental assessment of the synergism of the composite thermal insulation components based on glass microspheres in terms of strength indicators in relation to the power and thermal loads, minimum thermal conductivity, and minimum density made it possible to recommend a certain type of binder to select TIMs under continuous operation at high temperatures. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source


Moiseev V.A.,ZAO Compomash TEK | Andrienko V.G.,ZAO Compomash TEK | Gorlov E.G.,ZAO Compomash TEK | Skripchenko G.B.,ZAO Compomash TEK | And 2 more authors.
Solid Fuel Chemistry | Year: 2013

The principles of calculation of vortex chambers, in which flash heat processing of brown coal or a hard-coal beneficiation product with an ash content of 25-40% produced along can be run, are shown. Fast heat treatment of this type makes it possible to reduce the initial moisture content of brown coal from 35-40 to 2-12% and of coal preparation products, from 20-25 to 10-12%. In the basic parameters (fuel consumption, specific amount of metal, etc.), this method of reducing the moisture content is superior to traditional methods for drying coals and their preparation products (in drum, pipe, fluid-bed, or pneumatic dryers). After decreasing the moisture content of brown coals to a value of ≤3%, their bertinization, i.e., preparing a product with properties close to that of grade D coals, is also performed. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc. Source

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