Refractoriness, Chemical Engineering

Refractoriness: It indicates the capacity of a material to withstand heat without appreciable deformation or softening under particular operating conditions and is measured as the softening temperature of refractory material. The softening temperature should be well above the operating temperature of the furnace.

 

 

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