GLASS-CERAMICS: THEIR PRODUCTION FROM WASTES

Rees D Rawlings

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17146/jsmi.2003.4.2.4876

Abstract


GLASS-CERAMICS: THEIR PRODUCTION FROM WASTES. Glass-ceramics are fine, polycrystalline materials that are produced by the controlled crystallization (devitrification) of a glass. The fundamental principles of the crystallization are presented briefly and the various processing methods for glass-ceramics described in light of these fundamental principles. Two examples of the production of glass- ceramics from wastes are discussed in detail; the wastes are slag from steel production and fly ash from incineration.

Keywords


glass, ceramics, devitrification, slag, fly ash

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