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12th INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS CONGRESS PART I Proceedings of by Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and

By Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and National Research Council, Italy Co-edited by James P. BENNETT NETL – USDOE, USA

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T. Fendt, Ch. Manhart and H. Harmuth: Engineering Fracture Mechanics Vol. 76 (2009), p. J. C. H. Hasselman: Ceramic Bulletin Vol. 55 (1976), p. fr Keywords: refractory castable, mechanical behavior, microstructure, damage, creep, high temperature and experiments. Abstract. This paper deals with the characterization of the thermomechanical behavior of monolithic refractory castables in a wide temperature range, up to 1200°C. Different test types are considered: tensile tests, compression tests, bending tests and tests on more complex shapes and geometries.

R. , New York, London, Sydney, Toronto, 1976). H. Hasselman: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. Vol. 52 (1969), p. 600 [3] H. K. Tschegg: Fatigue Fract. Engng Mater. Struct. Vol. 20 (1979), p. K. Tschegg, Austrian Patent Specification AT 390 328 (1986) [5] E. K. Tschegg: Materialprüfung Vol. 33 (1991), p. K. T. Fendt, Ch. Manhart and H. Harmuth: Engineering Fracture Mechanics Vol. 76 (2009), p. J. C. H. Hasselman: Ceramic Bulletin Vol. 55 (1976), p. fr Keywords: refractory castable, mechanical behavior, microstructure, damage, creep, high temperature and experiments.

The bond especially at the grain/matrix interface should be a key for this purpose. Pure magnesia materials A and B show the most intense ceramic bond at the grain/matrix interface. This is mainly responsible for high brittleness at room temperature. In the case of material E carbon bond shows a lower grain/matrix interface strength compared to ceramic bond and thereby decreases amount of transgranular fracture. Microcracks generated by thermal misfit partly or mainly at the grain/matrix boundary have a special impact on the crack path.

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