fatih
14 posts
TimePosted 24/05/2009 22:14:41
fatih says

liquid viscosity and surface tension

Hello,

As it is know that both liquid viscosity and surface tension are important as much as liquid amount in the kiln. In this case, i would like to know that " Is there any formula to estimate liquid viscosity and surface tension according to chemical composition  of kiln feed or clinker like formulas to estimate liquid percentage, C3S, C2S, LSF and etc.?"

Thanks and best regards.

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Michael Clark
312 posts
TimePosted 26/05/2009 17:30:34

Re: liquid viscosity and surface tension

I am not aware of any such formulae. This is more of a qualitative than quantitative thing.

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Cordeiro
2 posts
TimePosted 26/05/2009 20:27:46
Cordeiro says

Re: liquid viscosity and surface tension

LF(1338ºC)=6.1*Fe+(Mg+k+Na+S)

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lalbatros
138 posts
TimePosted 29/05/2009 07:26:21
lalbatros says

Re: liquid viscosity and surface tension

You might find some track on this page:

Portland cement, GC Bye, pg 46

 

 

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