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55 (1976), p. fr Keywords: refractory castable, mechanical behavior, microstructure, damage, creep, high temperature and experiments. Abstract. This paper deals with the characterization of the thermomechanical behavior of monolithic refractory castables in a wide temperature range, up to 1200°C. Different test types are considered: tensile tests, compression tests, bending tests and tests on more complex shapes and geometries. A particular attention is paid to the detailed characterization and interpretation of the non-linear behaviors of these materials.
Alt, L. Wong, C. Parr: UNITECR’01, proceedings, Vol. 3 1517-1524 (2001)  C. Parr, F. Simonin, B. Touzo, C. Wöhrmeyer, B. Valdelièvre, A. R. S. R. C. com, Cement test methods  ASTM C1656-07  B. at Keywords: Refractories, fracture mechanics, specific fracture energy, brittleness. Abstract. The denomination ‘flexible’ is chosen in the professional jargon of refractories technology for materials able to bear relatively high strains without or with acceptable loss of strength. In many cases this term is equivalent to relatively low brittleness.
The bond especially at the grain/matrix interface should be a key for this purpose. Pure magnesia materials A and B show the most intense ceramic bond at the grain/matrix interface. This is mainly responsible for high brittleness at room temperature. In the case of material E carbon bond shows a lower grain/matrix interface strength compared to ceramic bond and thereby decreases amount of transgranular fracture. Microcracks generated by thermal misfit partly or mainly at the grain/matrix boundary have a special impact on the crack path.