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Of Nextel720® fibers. White arrows indicate microcrack deviation phenomena and cavitation limitation phenomena, close to N7 fibers. 5. Conclusion Results considered in the present paper have shown the complexity of the high temperature mechanical behavior of monolithic refractory castables. Such a complexity comes from the high heterogeneity of non-reinforced and of reinforced materials. From a mechanical point of view, the complexity deals with the non-linearity of the behavior in a wide temperature range.

In the case of direct tensile tests, the peak stress value decreases when considering the high temperature test results. Nevertheless, in the case of the 500°C testing temperature, the FRRC develops a high softening behavior and the decrease of the stress values in the post-peak domain is really low. Contrary to the tensile test where the maximum stress level decreases according to the testing temperature, in the case of the four points bending test, the peak stress remains stable for the different testing temperatures.

At 1400°C crack bridging is clearly observed. Such transformations have a large influence on the high temperature material behavior. Fig. 12: High temperature microstructural evolutions during the first heating of an andalusite based monolithic castable (high temperature in-situ ESEM micrographs). Fig. 13: Effect of the firing time on the four points bending behavior at high temperature: a) Four points behavior of a non-reinforced And-LCC castable at 900°C, b) Illustration of crystallization phenomena that occur for long firing times (here 150h) at 900°C.

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