Paper Title:
Influence of Suspensions Rheology on the Properties of Light Weight High Temperature Materials
  Abstract

Light weight materials are produced according to the aerated concrete technology using slurries. In concentrated suspensions pore formation depends on rheological properties such as viscosity, zeta potential and pH. The chemical composition as well as the grain size of raw materials and the sintering temperature have major influence on the pore structure of the final material.

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2266-2271
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.45.2266
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R. Svinka, V. Svinka, G. Bula, T. Juettner, E. Palcevskis, "Influence of Suspensions Rheology on the Properties of Light Weight High Temperature Materials", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 45, pp. 2266-2271, 2006
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