Investigation of the compressibility of low-cement corundum castable with the addition of chromium oxide depending on moisture and pressing pressure

  • V. V. Primachenko
  • I. G. Shulik
  • T. G. Galchenko
  • E. B. Protsak
  • L. V. Belik

Abstract

The mass compressibility of composition low-cement corundum castable with an addition of chromium oxide, depending on its moisture (2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 %) and specific pressing pressure (50, 75, 100 N/mm2) has been investigated. The optimum moisture of the forming mass (3.0—3.5 %) and the pressing pressure (100 N/mm2), which ensure the production of fresh-formed samples with an apparent density of 3.14 g/cm3, dried (after hardening in humid conditions for 7 days ) with an apparent density of 3.03—3.04 g/cm3, and fired samples with an apparent density, open porosity and compressive strength, respectively, of 2.97—2.98 g/cm3, 24.8—25.0 %, 80—83 N/mm2, were established. The obtained research results can be used at the enterprises producing carbon black for the products manufacture by semidry pressing or ramming methods from the delivered by PJSC “UKRNIIO NAMED AFTER A. S. BEREZHNOY” dry mixtures containing all the necessary mass components. The products ramming, as well as pressing, must be carried out up to obtain an apparent density of fresh-formed green not less than 3.14 g/cm3.

Published
2018-01-11
How to Cite
Primachenko, V. V., Shulik, I. G., Galchenko, T. G., Protsak, E. B., & Belik , L. V. (2018). Investigation of the compressibility of low-cement corundum castable with the addition of chromium oxide depending on moisture and pressing pressure. Scientific Research on Refractories and Technical Ceramics, 117, 84-93. https://doi.org/10.35857/2663-3566.117.08

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