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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 21  1962
Factors Affecting the Properties of the Heat Insulating Mica Bricks
SATYA BHUSAN ROY AND SUBIR KUMAR SOM
Pages : 55-60
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1962.11011981
Abstract
The factors likely to affect the end properties, especially the fired strength of heat insulating bricks made by the soft-mud process were studied. Rajhara fire clay was found to be most suitable in developing the strength of these bricks. Forming pressure rather than the firing temperature was found to affect the strength. The stT'ength also appreciably improved on increasing the clay content from 40 to 45%, adding 2.5% bentonite or on slightly increasing the fineness of mica used.
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