Refractoriness under load (rul), Chemical Engineering

Refractoriness under load (RUL): This represents the resistance of a refractory material to the combined efforts of heat and load. RUL is the temperature at which the deformation begins and at which at least 10% deformation takes place. It is necessary that refractory material must also possess very high mechanical strength even at operating temperature to bear the maximum possible load without damage.

 

 

Posted Date: 7/21/2012 9:08:25 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Refractoriness under load (rul), Assignment Help, Ask Question on Refractoriness under load (rul), Get Answer, Expert's Help, Refractoriness under load (rul) Discussions

Write discussion on Refractoriness under load (rul)
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Explain Eddy Current Losses Eddy Current Losses The core of a generator armature is made from soft iron, which is a conducting material with desirable magnetic sort. Any con


For a given bulk solid how can the particle size distribution be determined? In order to determine particle size distribution the simplest method is to make use of a sieve stac

30,000 lb/hr of combination whose average properties correspond to hexane is vaporized from 40,000 lb/hr of feed at its bubble point at 105 psig. The boiling range is from 300 to 3

what is break point on chlorination

discuss the conditing method and technique for prevention demoval of scales and sludge problem.

Q.   Define flash and fire points and its determination.                                 OR Write short note on: Flash and fire points. Ans. Flash and fire points:

A copper pipe carrying steam at 1 atm and 100 °C has internal and external radii of 20 and 25 mm, respectively, and thermal conductivity 350 W/m K. With the inside wall at 100 °C a

Disadvantages of graphite

Significant class of magnetic materials The most significant class of magnetic materials is the Ferro magnets: iron, nickel, cobalt and manganese, or their compounds (and a