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Refractory Linings : ThermoMechanical Design and Applications

Author: Charles Schacht
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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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."--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Schacht
ISBN: 9781351419338 1351419331
OCLC Number: 1004349493
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction and General Overview / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 2 Load Types / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 3 Material Properties / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 4 ASTM Strength Tests / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 5 Choosing the Best Refractory for the Thermomechanical Application / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 6 Static Compressive Stress-Strain Data / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 7 Creep Data / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 8 Thermomechanical Aspects of Joints / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 9 Refractory Lining Hinges / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 10 The Influence of Stress State on the Strength of Refractories / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 11 Thermal Expansion Data / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 12 Fundamentals of Refractory Brick Arch Behavior / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 13 Fundamentals of Brick-Lined Cylindrical Shells / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 14 Fundamentals of Brick Dome Behavior / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 15 Fundamentals of Flat Brick Linings / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 16 Tensile Fracture / A. Schacht Charles --
chapter 17 Results of Investigative Studies on Various Industrial Refractory Systems / A. Schacht Charles.
Responsibility: Charles Schacht.

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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."--Provided by publisher.

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