A thermostable forsterite refractory developed on a model of heat conduction and thermal failure of the refractory lining
A model of heat conduction and thermal stability for ceramics and refractory is proposed and forsterite-based materials with high thermal stability are developed. Arelationship between the heat conductivity and the density of a material for practical use is proposed.
KeywordsHeat Conductivity Forsterite Linear Thermal Expansion Lignosulfonate Nonequilibrium Thermodynamic
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