Refractory Linings: ThermoMechanical Design and Applications

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Charles Schacht
CRC Press, Jan 25, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 504 pages
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This work describes the technology necessary to optimize the performance of any refractory lining. It provides an overview of the thermomechanical behaviour and wear of refractory lining systems, and details the structural behaviour of several classical refractory geometries, highlighting the critical regions of each lining system where high stress is most likely to create fractures.
 

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Contents

The Refractory Structure
3
Load Types
11
Material Properties
19
ASTM Strength Tests
59
Choosing the Best Refractory for
111
Static Compressive StressStrain Data
125
HighAlumina Brick
131
MgOChrome Basic Brick
145
Additional Aspects of Hinge Behavior
249
An Analytical Look at Hinge Formation
251
Summary
259
The Influence of Stress State on the Strength of Refractories
261
Background
262
Tensile Strength
263
Compressive Strength
273
Summary
279

MgOCarbon Basic Brick
150
Dolomitic Brick
152
Silica Brick
155
Castables
157
Mathematical Definitions of the Stress Strain Relationship
165
References
169
Creep Data
173
Background
174
III Creep Response of a Refractory Lining Structure When Subjected to Stress Controlled and StrainControlled Loadings
175
Examining the Creep Equations
181
Definition of Creep Constants
193
Other Forms of the Creep Equation
196
References
197
Thermomechanical Aspects of Joints
199
Background
200
Refractory Mortar Joint Fundamentals
201
Finite Element Analysis of a Mortar Joint
215
Behavior of the Structural Masonry Mortar Joint
221
Influence of Mortar Joint Thickness on Mortar Joint Behavior
228
The Mechanical Behavior of the Dry Joint
230
Summary
233
References
234
Refractory Lining Hinges
237
Fundamentals of Joint Behavior
238
Hinge Concept in Refractory Linings
246
References
281
Thermal Expansion Data
285
Thermal Expansion Data on Fired Refractories
286
Thermal Expansion Data on Unfired Refractories
288
References
289
Fundamentals of Refractory Brick Arch Behavior
291
Basics of Arch Behavior
292
Arch Thermal Displacements
299
Summary
302
References
304
Fundamentals of BrickLined Cylindrical Shells
307
Background
308
Defining Equations for the Numerical Example
310
Example of Cylindrical Lining Behavior
316
Expansion Allowance Considerations
322
Thin Cylindrical Refractory Linings
328
Summary
332
References
334
Fundamentals of Brick Dome Behavior
335
Summary
346
Tensile Fracture
365
Results of Investigative Studies
415
Index
475
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