Publication detail

The Influence of Mineraliser Granulometry on Dense Silica Brick Microstructure

NEVŘIVOVÁ, L. LANG, K. KOTOUČEK, M. VŠIANSKÝ, D.

Original Title

The Influence of Mineraliser Granulometry on Dense Silica Brick Microstructure

English Title

The Influence of Mineraliser Granulometry on Dense Silica Brick Microstructure

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The entry describes the influence of the method of mixture homogenisation and the influence of granulometry of the applied Fe-mineralising agent on the resulting silica microstructure. Porosity, density, phase composition and microstructure of the experimentally prepared silica samples were examined and the results were discussed in context with the technology of homogenisation and firing temperature used. The properties of silica brick samples were compared to the sample without any Fe-mineraliser.

English abstract

The entry describes the influence of the method of mixture homogenisation and the influence of granulometry of the applied Fe-mineralising agent on the resulting silica microstructure. Porosity, density, phase composition and microstructure of the experimentally prepared silica samples were examined and the results were discussed in context with the technology of homogenisation and firing temperature used. The properties of silica brick samples were compared to the sample without any Fe-mineraliser.

Keywords

Silica bricks, Fe-mineraliser, mineralogical composition, new developed silica material

RIV year

2014

Released

25.11.2014

Pages from

971

Pages to

975

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT111928,
  author="Lenka {Nevřivová} and Karel {Lang} and Miroslav {Kotouček} and Dalibor {Všianský}",
  title="The Influence of Mineraliser Granulometry on Dense Silica Brick Microstructure",
  annote="The entry describes the influence of the method of mixture homogenisation and the influence of granulometry of the applied Fe-mineralising agent on the resulting silica microstructure. Porosity, density, phase composition and microstructure of the experimentally prepared silica samples were examined and the results were discussed in context with the technology of homogenisation and firing temperature used. The properties of silica brick samples were compared to the sample without any Fe-mineraliser.",
  chapter="111928",
  howpublished="print",
  number="8",
  volume="11 2014",
  year="2014",
  month="november",
  pages="971--975",
  type="journal article - other"
}