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Commercails Sillimanite as a Refractory Material in Glass-making, Part II....JSGT_V09_T347-T356

Commercails Sillimanite as a Refractory Material in Glass-making, Part II....JSGT_V09_T347-T356

In Part I of this series of investigations, a preliminary survey was made of the properties of mixtures of sillimanite in various grain sizes with varying amounts of three bonding materials, namely, ball-clay, a plastic Stourbridge fire-clay and bentonite. Properties such as plasticity and porosity were shown to depend both on the grain size of the sillimanite and on the nature of the bond; and the best of the three bonding agents was undoubtedly ball-clay. Having reached these general conclusions, it appeared desirable to make a more detailed study of the ball-clay-sillimanite mixture, so as to determine more precisely the changes in shrinkage, porosity and mechanical strength at intervals over a wide range of temperature. Mixtures richer in ball-clay than were previously tested were also included in the new investigation.

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