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Mechanical activation as a direction of binding systems preparation

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—A model of impact of a crushing body of a ball mill against the particles of a dispersed water-ceramic phase has been developed. It has been shown that the impulsive pressures appearing in thin films on particle surfaces lead to the formation of hydration products which provide binding properties of the system. The conclusion is made on the existence of a critical activation pressure and approximate critical radius of dispersed particles of treated systems which is important for practical realization of the processes of mechano-chemical activation.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Solid and Mineral Raw Materials' Chemistry of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

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