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Influence of temperature and chemical composition on phase transformations of selected oxide melts

R. Dudek ; VŠB-TU Ostrava, FMMI, Ostrava, Czech Republic
S. Rosypalová ; VŠB-TU Ostrava, FMMI, Ostrava, Czech Republic
J. Dobrovská ; VŠB-TU Ostrava, FMMI, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 721 Kb

str. 297-300

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The paper deals with structural changes of solid phase of selected oxide systems during their transition into liquid state. Analyses concerned poly-component systems forming basis of casting powders for CCM mould. Industrially used oxide system with prevailing contents of CaO–Al2O3–SiO2 components and with numerous accompanying admixtures was tested. Investigation was focused on temperatures, during which individual phases disappear and precipitate, as well as on influence of CaO content on phase composition at selected temperatures. The experiments were realised with use of original methodology consisting of shock cooling of the tested melt in liquid nitrogen. Thus obtained samples were further investigated by X-ray diffraction phase analyses at ambient temperatures. The obtained results provide additional data on physical-chemical properties of oxide systems, such as surface tension, viscosity, sintering intervals, etc., which can be used in technological practice for appropriate lubrication effect of casting powders in the mould.

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slag; phase transformation; oxide melts

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