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Influence of Burn-Out Additives on Consumption Natural Gas in the Production of Ceramic Brick


UDC 66.012.32:691.421

https://doi.org/10.24412/2079-7958-2021-1-132-141

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The design object is the technology of ceramic brick production.

The article discusses the technology for the production of ceramic bricks and their manufacture with the addition of various burnout additives. It shows the effect of the use of burnout additives, a decrease in the amount of burnt natural gas, and a decrease in energy costs.

The proposed approach to the production of ceramic products for construction purposes can significantly reduce the consumption of natural gas at the stage of firing products by adding various burnable additives to the charge. An experiment was carried out on an experimental batch of ceramic bricks and its results were analyzed.

As the result of the study , the effectiveness of this production method is proven.

The field of application of the results is the brick manufacturing industry.

The scientific novelty of the work lies in the fact that the feasibility of using this method of producing ceramic bricks from the point of view of reducing the consumption of natural gas at the stage of firing products without reducing their physical and mechanical properties has been determined.

Influence of Burn-Out Additives on Consumption Natural Gas in the Production of Ceramic Brick

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Kotovich, Anton Influence of Burn-Out Additives on Consumption Natural Gas in the Production of Ceramic Brick / Anton Kotovich, Andrej Kovchur, Andrej Kliment'ev, Pavel Manak // Vestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University . ─ 2021. ─ № 1(40). ─ P. 132. DOI:10.24412/2079-7958-2021-1-132-141

Accepted to publication on may 20, 2021