Thermal analysis and vitrification behavior of slag containing porcelain stoneware body

@article{Pal2016ThermalAA,
  title={Thermal analysis and vitrification behavior of slag containing porcelain stoneware body},
  author={Mousumi Pal and Sukhen Das and Surajit Gupta and Swapan Das},
  journal={Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry},
  year={2016},
  volume={124},
  pages={1169-1177}
}
Three porcelain stoneware compositions were formulated using common ceramic minerals and slag of metallurgical industries. Standard body was prepared by mixing 45 % kaolin, 40 % feldspar and 15 % quartz (VP 1), and other two contain blast furnace (BF) and basic oxygen furnace slag replacing 30 % of feldspar (VP 2 and VP 3, respectively). The physical changes, phase transformation and mass loss were measured by simultaneous thermo-gravimetric and differential thermal analysis up to 1150 °C. The… 

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