Mullite and cristobalite formation in fired products
Applied Clay Science, 7 (1992) 251-262 251 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Mullite and cristobalite formation in fired products starting from halloysitic clay Alessandro Gualtieri and Mario Bertolani Istituto di Mineralogia e Petrografia, Universitl~ di Modena, Via S.Eufemia 19, 41 I00 Modena, Italy (Received
Effect of slurry properties and operational conditions on
Each of the above-mentioned phases, as well as their process conditions, has a huge effect on the drying process efficiency and the final product properties.
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