ASTM C1099-07

    Historical Standard: Стандартный метод испытания для определения предела прочности при изгибе углеродосодержащих огнеупорных материалов при повышенных температурах


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    Significance and Use

    The modulus of rupture of carbon-containing refractories at elevated temperatures has become accepted as a useful measurement in quality control testing and in research and development. These measurements are also used to determine the suitability of particular products for various applications and to develop specifications. The sample may undergo some oxidation during the test.

    In 1988, ruggedness testing was conducted on this test procedure. The following variables were studied:

    3.2.1 Testing temperature (2525 (1385) versus 2575°F (1413°C)),

    3.2.2 Air atmosphere versus argon atmosphere in the furnace,

    3.2.3 Hold time prior to breaking the sample (12 versus 18 min), and

    3.2.4 Loading rate on the sample (175 (778) versus 350 lb/min (1556 N/min)).

    Resin bonded magnesia-carbon brick containing approximately 17 % carbon after coking where tested in two separate ruggedness tests. Metal-free brick were tested in the first ruggedness test, while aluminum-containing brick were tested in the second. Results were analyzed at a 95 % confidence level.

    For the metal-free brick, the presence of an argon atmosphere and hold time had statistically significant effects on the modulus of rupture at 2550°F (1400°C). The argon atmosphere yielded a lower modulus of rupture. The samples tested in air had a well-sintered decarburized zone on the exterior surfaces, possibly explaining the higher moduli of rupture. The longer hold time caused a lower result for the metal-free brick.

    For the aluminum-containing brick, testing temperature, the presence of an argon atmosphere, and loading rate had statistically significant effects on the modulus of rupture at 2550°F (1400°C). The higher testing temperature increased the measured result, the presence of an argon atmosphere lowered the result, and the higher loading rate increased the result.

    1. Область применения

    1.1 Настоящий метод испытания охватывает определение предела прочности при изгибе углеродосодержащих огнеупорных материалов при повышенных температурах в воздухе.

    1.2 Значения, указанные в системе дюйм-фунт и в градусах по Фаренгейту, должны рассматриваться в качестве стандартных. Значения, приведенные в скобках, указаны исключительно в информационных целях.

    1.5 Настоящий стандарт не ставит целью описание всех проблем безопасности, если они имеются, связанных с его использованием. В обязанности пользователя настоящего стандарта входит определение надлежащих методов техники безопасности и охраны труда, а также определение применимости нормативных ограничений перед его использованием.

    2. Ссылочные документы

    C583 Test Method for Modulus of Rupture of Refractory Materials at Elevated Temperatures

    E220 Test Method for Calibration of Thermocouples By Comparison Techniques

    ISO Recommendation 5013 Determination of the Hot Modulus of Rupture of Shaped and Unshaped Dense and Insulating Refractory Products Available from American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 25 W. 43rd St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10036, http://www.ansi.org.