modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour

modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour

Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour

Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour A Gasser*, K Terny-Rebeyrotte and P Boisse Laboratoire de Me´canique des Syste`mes et des Proce´de´s (UMR 8106 CNRS-ENSAM-ESEM), IPO-ESEM, France AbstractExpansionjoints play an important

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modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour | request pdf

Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour | Request PDF

Request PDF | Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour | Expansion joints play an important role in refractory linings as they reduce stresses during heating. It is therefore

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modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour - archive ouverte hal

Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour - Archive ouverte HAL

26/1/2010 · Alain Gasser, K. Terny-Rebeyrotte, Philippe Boisse. Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, SAGE Publications,

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(pdf) effects of dry joints on compressive behaviour of refractory linings

(PDF) Effects of Dry Joints on Compressive Behaviour of Refractory Linings

Modelling of joint effects on refractory lining behaviour. J . Materials: Design and App lications, Part L, 2004, V ol. 218, Issue 1: 19-28. 4) Andreev K

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the characterization of joint behaviour in mortarless refractory masonry

The Characterization of joint Behaviour in Mortarless Refractory Masonry

expansion of the steel shell and the refractory lining leads to significant stresses at the lining, therefore the joints play an important role, as they reduce the stresses during heating1). Finite element models are used to predict the behaviou

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normal and tangential behaviour of dry joints in refractory masonry

Normal and tangential behaviour of dry joints in refractory masonry

Experimental and numerical tests on refractory linings mortarless joints. • Results of the thermomechanical behaviour of these joints. • Classical joint closure test beyond others have been carried out. • Developed device for characterizing join

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thermo-mechanical behavior of refractory masonry linings: an overview on numerical simulation

Thermo-mechanical behavior of refractory masonry linings: An overview on numerical simulation

Gasser et al in 2004, proposed a solution for the homogenization of masonry by studying the joint effects on the refractory lining. For the purpose of this study, the thermomechanical loads were simulated on an elementary cell using a model deve

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compressive behaviour of dry joints in refractory ceramic masonry

Compressive behaviour of dry joints in refractory ceramic masonry

1/9/2012 · Joint closure results obtained by FEM models: (a) effect of material behaviour for model with initial contact area R 1 = 0.1 * R 2, initial gap D = 0.2 mm, (b) effect of the joint geometry – linear elastic behaviour stiffness is E = 10 GPa, and

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modeling of thermomechanical damages of steel ladle shell during operations*

Modeling of Thermomechanical Damages of Steel Ladle Shell during Operations*

behaviour of refractory is even more com plex to model when considered in a brick lining structure with joints [3]. The thermal and stress patterns are then quite difficult to estimate with the commercial versions available for such modeling. A

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thermomechanical behaviour of steel ladle linings and the influence of insulations

Thermomechanical Behaviour of Steel Ladle Linings and the Influence of Insulations

8/10/2013 · Thermomechanical simulation of steel ladle linings particularly aims to identify lining failure due to thermal shock and possible joint opening during the service period. Thermal shock after filling may cause compressive failure and creep at the

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steel ladle linings— key issues regarding thermomechanical behaviour

Steel Ladle Linings— Key Issues Regarding Thermomechanical Behaviour

RHI Bulletin >1 >2014, pp. 19-23 Dietmar Gruber and Harald Harmuth Steel Ladle Linings— Key Issues Regarding Thermomechanical Behaviour The steel ladle lining system has been selected as a typical example to illustrate the key issues

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thermomechanical modelling of a steel ladle using periodical homogenisation for the refractory masonries

Thermomechanical Modelling of a Steel Ladle Using Periodical Homogenisation for the Refractory Masonries

76 refractories WORLDFORUM 9 (2017) [3]PaPerS Thermomechanical Modelling of a Steel Ladle Using Periodical Homogenisation for the Refractory Masonries A. Gasser, E. Blond, N. Yahmi, L. B. Teixeira, S. Sinnema To determine the influence of differ

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the role of graphite in refractories such as al2o3/mgo/c

The Role of Graphite in Refractories such as Al2O3/MgO/C

monolithic refractory lining resulting in a decreased steel penetration through the refractory joints. 16.10.13 page 14 RF Al 2 O 3 /C (A/C) = 12.9 Higher corrosion resistance for highest C content and smallest SiO2 content Present phases:

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(pdf) analysis of structural element in refractory industries | iaeme publication - academia.edu

(PDF) Analysis of Structural Element in Refractory Industries | IAEME Publication - Academia.edu

A refractory 3D model is idealized in three layer of refractory which is generated as per above lining (1) pattern, panel size & anchor pitching, 10 mm metallic anchor for Suspended Roof area is presented by the Figure 14.

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Influence of environment on the fatigue behaviour of the high strength steel SE702 (B. Huneau et al.). Intergranular stress corrosion cracking modelling for zirconium alloy fuel cladding: environmental effects simulation with mechanical-chemical

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ceramics | free full-text | transient thermo-mechanical analysis of steel ladle refractory linings using mechanical homogenization approach | html

Ceramics | Free Full-Text | Transient Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of Steel Ladle Refractory Linings Using Mechanical Homogenization Approach | HTML

Mortarless refractory masonry structures are widely used in the steel industry for the linings of many high-temperature industrial applications including steel ladles. The design and optimization of these components require accurate numerical mo

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esr12 (phd) - "influence of corrosion on thermomechanical linings behaviour" in msca itn-etn athor (advanced thermomechanical multiscale modelling

ESR12 (PhD) - "Influence of corrosion on thermomechanical linings behaviour" in MSCA ITN-ETN ATHOR (Advanced THermomechanical multiscale mOdelling

14/3/2018 · One application is open for a Early Stage Researcher work contract position, under the project “ATHOR: Advanced THermomechanical multiscale mOdelling of Refractory linings”, with reference 764987 supported by the European Commission through

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case studies basic oxygen furnace (bof) tuyères and surrounding refractories development

Case Studies Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) Tuyères and Surrounding Refractories Development

Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) Tuyères and Surrounding Refractories Development Refractory materials are high temperature resistant ceramics used for lining metallurgical vessels. In a steel plant, refractories enable containment of liquid metal

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evaluation of structural analysis of tunnel segmental lining using beam-spring method and force-method (case study: chamshir water conveyance tunnel)

Evaluation of structural analysis of tunnel segmental lining using beam-spring method and force-method (Case study: Chamshir water conveyance tunnel)

Do waterproofed by gaskets at the joints, the lining et al. (2013) have presented a 2D numerical analysis of the segmental tunnel lining behavior, structures are usually subjected to both in which the effects of the joint stiffness, Young’s

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thermomechanical behaviour of an alumina spinel refractory for steel ladle applications - université de limoges

Thermomechanical behaviour of an alumina spinel refractory for steel ladle applications - Université de Limoges

Presented research was performed in framework of the ATHOR project, standing for “Advanced THermomechanical multiscale mOdelling of Refractory linings”. This European project involves 15 early stage researchers trained within the network of 7

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Abstract International audienceMany refractory linings of structures used in steel making industry are made of masonries containing joints with or without mortar between bricks. These joints play an important role in the thermo-mechanical behavi

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stress development in refractory due to the rate of temperature change: a pressure vessel refractory lining design consideration

Stress development in refractory due to the rate of temperature change: a pressure vessel refractory lining design consideration

62 HYDROMETALLURGY CONFERENCE 2009 The effect of cooling rate on refractory The tensile strength of refractory typically falls within a 6–10 MPa range. When a vessel is cooled there is greater potential for lining failure due to the possibility

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nociceptive behavioural assessments in mouse models of temporomandibular joint disorders | international journal of oral science

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29/9/2020 · The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most frequently used joints in the human body, 1 and TMJ disorders (TMDs) are commonly encountered in dental clinical practice, with a prevalence of

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physical model of thermal failure of refractory concretes (journal article) | osti.gov

Physical model of thermal failure of refractory concretes (Journal Article) | OSTI.GOV

12/8/2021 · A numerical analysis model was developed for predicting the behavior of dual-component, refractory-lined coal-gasification vessels. The temperature-dependent constitutive law, failure criteria, creep behavior, thermal expansion-contraction

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computer simulation models. Impact and Effects In project P4.5, pioneering insights were gained on the testing and simulation of the material behavior of high-temperature building materials. Today, the newly available material data together with

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behavioural and physiological effects of the trophically transmitted cestode parasite, cyathocephalus truncatus, on its intermediate host

Behavioural and physiological effects of the trophically transmitted cestode parasite, Cyathocephalus truncatus, on its intermediate host

Behavioural and physiological effects of the trophically transmitted cestode parasite, Cyathocephalus truncatus, on its intermediate host, Gammarus pulex - Volume 134 Issue 12 MATERIALS AND METHODS Gammarus pulex were collected using a hand net,

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animal models of major depression: drawbacks and challenges

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4/10/2019 · a leading contributor to the global burden of disease. This situation is mainly related to the chronicity and/or recurrence of the disorder, and to poor response to antidepressant therapy. Progress in this area requires valid animal models.

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a review of noise and vibration in fluid-filled pipe systems

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Proceedings of ACOUSTICS 2016 9-11 November 2016, Brisbane, Australia ACOUSTICS 2016 Page 1 of 10 A review of noise and vibration in fluid-filled pipe systems Stephen Moore1 1 Maritime Division, Defence Science and Technology Group, Melbourne,

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K43 key indicators of problem behaviour in the context of the child or young person’s emotional, physical, intellectual, social and communication development K44 signs of regression, withdrawal, attention-seeking, anti-social behaviour and self-

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posterior parietal cortex represents sensory history and mediates its effects on behaviour | nature

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7/2/2018 · It has been proposed that the PPC is critical for working memory (refs 8, 9, 28, but see also refs 29, 30), and therefore we examined its role in our task.We injected bilaterally an AAV virus that

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refractory depression: mechanisms and evaluation of radically open dialectical behaviour therapy (ro-dbt) [reframed]: protocol for randomised

Refractory depression: mechanisms and evaluation of radically open dialectical behaviour therapy (RO-DBT) [REFRAMED]: protocol for randomised

This will include random effects to account for clustering of outcomes by therapist, and fixed effects to account for treatment allocation, differences between sites and their interaction. In particular, this model does not assume that all

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Fire summer school jitzesinnema 2016-06-15T14:17:56+02:00. The University of Orleans welcomed, from June 17 to 21 2013 the first “International Summer School” of the federation FIRE. The FIRE aims to: • Train students (Master and PhD level) by

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searching for collective behavior in a large network of sensory neurons - pubmed central (pmc)

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2/1/2014 · Figure S1: Interactions in the (K-)pairwise model. (A) The distributions of pairwise couplings, , in pairwise models of Eq (19), for different network sizes (N).The distribution is pooled over 30 networks at each N.(B) The mean (solid) and s.d.

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challenging behaviour and learning disabilities: prevention and interventions for people with learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges

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modelling and analysis of beam bridges - steelconstruction.info

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There are three modelling options for a typical multi-girder steel composite bridge: Line beam Grillage Full finite element model A line beam is a fairly crude tool. It does not take account of transverse distribution, it gives no output for

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slope stability analysis - wikipedia

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a Laser heating study of the Ceo 2 soLid/LiQuid transition 71 The goal of the present work is to study, by laser heating, the very high temperature behaviour of CeO 2, measuring its melting temperature in differ-ent controlled atmospheres

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modelling high temperature refractory structures for the glass furnace | scientific.net

Modelling High Temperature Refractory Structures for the Glass Furnace | Scientific.Net

Abstract: The importance of modelling as a tool in the design of both refractory structures and materials is considered. Both bulk refractory structures as well as refractory microstructure are considered. [4] Noble, L.L., 2005, Quantative

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a study on the impact of leadership styles on employee motivation and commitment: an empirical study of selected organisations in corporate sector

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