For refractory, what is critical particle size? Thank you.
It also refers to the largest particle size of aggregate!
Critical granularity means the maximum size of particles in refractory.
For example, in refractory technology, if there is an express of equal to or lower than 0.008mm, 0.008 refers to critical particle size. The main criterion for judging performance of three major continuous casting is the major three normal temperature indexes (compressive strength and anti bending strength at normal temperature, apparent porosity and bulk density). Does this criterion have any defect? How to do multiple test if high-temperature index introduced? Carbon bond is one of the three major castings. How does it form? What do you think of it? Hope someone explains it for me. Thanks a lot!