By Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and National Research Council, Italy Co-edited by James P. BENNETT NETL – USDOE, USA
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This confirms that a high viscoplasticity component characterizes its high temperature behavior. Pietro VINCENZINI and James P. BENNETT -a- 43 -b- Fig. 11: Four points bending behaviors at high temperature: a) Non-isothermal creep test results for a non-reinforced And-LCC castable and for Nextel 720® (And-N7) and Nextel 610® (And-N6) reinforced grades, under a 2MPa stress level. b) Strain velocity effect at 900°C both for a non-reinforced And-LCC grade and for a Nextel 720® reinforced grade. In-situ ESEM micrographs of figure 12 give some illustrations of drastic microstructural changes that take place in the 1000-1300°C temperature range for the considered And-LCC monolithic castable .
16: Views of diffuse damage developed during a 900°C four points bending test (interrupted before the peak stress) in an andalusite based castable reinforced with 2vol. % of Nextel720® fibers. White arrows indicate microcrack deviation phenomena, close to N7 fibers. In the case of an interrupted 1200°C bending test (figure 17), observing cross sections of the reinforced grade (And-N7) allows identifying damage which is made of a microcrack network and of a high density of cavities in the castable matrix .