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Title: SP-057: Refractory Concrete
Author(s): Editor: David R. Lankard
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 314
Refractory concretes are used by steel producers, petrochemical processors, ceramic manufacturers, cement producers, and foundries. This collection of 13 papers includes: Refractory Concretes: Past, Present, and Future; Properties of Refractory Concretes; Calcium Aluminate Cement and Refractory Concrete Testing; Evaluation of the Consistency of Refractory Concretes; Thermal Properties of Refractory Castables Fired in a Temperature Gradient; Studies of the Development of the Ceramic Bond in High Alumina Refractory Concretes Using SEM and XRD Analyses; Refractory Concrete-use of Engineering Property Data for Design; Refractory Applications in Refining and Petrochemical Operation; Selection and Use of Refractory Concretes in the Steel Plant; Refractory Shotcrete Equipment and Accessories; Steel Fiber Reinforced Refractory Concrete; Fiber Reinforced Composite Refractory Insulation System; Lessons Learned from Refractory Concrete Failures.
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