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Activation of the Technological Combustion Process of Oxide Systems by Different Modifying Additives

Activation of the Technological Combustion Process of Oxide Systems by Different Modifying Additives This paper describes the possibility of effect on the thermokinetic characteristics of the combustion process (SH-synthesis) with the help of modifying additives of inorganic and organic compounds containing bound water and ammoniac group. SH-synthesis was carried out by means of the furnace method under the conditions of self-ignition of the sample (SiO2+37.5%Al) placed in the preheated furnace. The combustion thermograms have shown that the modifying quartz additives exert a significant effect on all combustion parameters including the induction period, combustion rate, maximum combustion temperature and the change of heat conditions at the after burning stage (postprocesses). The presence of a sufficient amount of bound water and ammonia group in the modifying additives positively effects the increase in the amount of the matrix phase (corundum) and aluminium nitride in synthesis products. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advances in Ceramic Science and Engineering Science and Engineering Publishing Company

Activation of the Technological Combustion Process of Oxide Systems by Different Modifying Additives

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Science and Engineering Publishing Company
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Science and Engineering Publishing Company
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2325-5129
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2325-6885

Abstract

This paper describes the possibility of effect on the thermokinetic characteristics of the combustion process (SH-synthesis) with the help of modifying additives of inorganic and organic compounds containing bound water and ammoniac group. SH-synthesis was carried out by means of the furnace method under the conditions of self-ignition of the sample (SiO2+37.5%Al) placed in the preheated furnace. The combustion thermograms have shown that the modifying quartz additives exert a significant effect on all combustion parameters including the induction period, combustion rate, maximum combustion temperature and the change of heat conditions at the after burning stage (postprocesses). The presence of a sufficient amount of bound water and ammonia group in the modifying additives positively effects the increase in the amount of the matrix phase (corundum) and aluminium nitride in synthesis products.

Journal

Advances in Ceramic Science and EngineeringScience and Engineering Publishing Company

Published: Aug 1, 2013

Keywords: Quartz; Mechanochemistry; Modification; Carbon– and Nitrogenous Additives; Nanostructures

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