ЭВОЛЮЦИЯ ОГНЕУПОРНЫХ МАТЕРИАЛОВ ЗОНЫ СПЕКАНИЯ ВРАЩАЮЩЕЙСЯ ЦЕМЕНТНОЙ ПЕЧИ


https://doi.org/10.17073/1683-4518-2017-8-31-39

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Аннотация

Показано развитие огнеупорных материалов для футеровки высокотемпературной зоны вращающейся печи цементной промышленности ― второго по величине потребителя огнеупорных материалов. Показана история использования огнеупорных материалов в этой зоне печи, начиная с алюмосиликатных и заканчивая специально разработанными материалами на основе периклаза, используемыми в настоящее время. Рассмотрены преимущества и недостатки этих материалов. Приведены также основные сведения о производстве цементного клинкера для учета возможных химических реакций между сырьевой массой цементной печи и компонентами огнеупорного материала.

Об авторах

Я. Щерба
AGH «Научно-технический университет», факультет материаловедения и керамики.
Польша

доктор технических наук.

Краков.



Э. Снежек
AGH «Научно-технический университет», факультет материаловедения и керамики.
Польша
Краков.


В. Антонович
Вильнюсский технический университет им. Гедиминаса.
Литва

доктор технических наук.

Вильнюс.



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Для цитирования: Щерба Я., Снежек Э., Антонович В. ЭВОЛЮЦИЯ ОГНЕУПОРНЫХ МАТЕРИАЛОВ ЗОНЫ СПЕКАНИЯ ВРАЩАЮЩЕЙСЯ ЦЕМЕНТНОЙ ПЕЧИ. Новые огнеупоры. 2017;(8):31-39. https://doi.org/10.17073/1683-4518-2017-8-31-39

For citation: Shcherba Y., Snezhek E., Antonovich V. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR THE ROTARY CEMENT KILN'S SINTERING ZONE. NOVYE OGNEUPORY (NEW REFRACTORIES). 2017;(8):31-39. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17073/1683-4518-2017-8-31-39

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