Studying of High-alumina and Al2O3–MgO Crucibles Interaction with Heat-proof Alloys Based on Nickel and Cobalt

Svetlana V. Chaplianko, Ludmila V. Grizuk, Vladimir V. Primachenko, Natalia G. Privalova, Valeriy V. Martynenko, Irina G. Shulik

PJSC The Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories named after A.S. Berezhnoy, 61024 Kharkov/Ukraine

Revision 21.12.2011, 03.01.2012

Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 106 - 110



alumina, magnesia, crucible, interaction, heat-proof alloy


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