- Volume 23 Issue 2
Since the expansion of perlite occurs in a few second in high temperature, it is difficult to identify an expansion phenomenon through experiments. In order to explain this phenomenon, a numerical study has been carried out by setting a model that water vapour diffuses to a tiny bubble existing in perlite melts and then makes the bubble grow and perlite expand. When the bubble grew and the perlite expanded due to the diffusion of water vapour, the dynamic temperature of perlite decreased. Meanwhile, the dynamic pressure of bubble increased at the beginning as water vapour diffuses in melts, but rather decreased after a rapid expansion of bubble.
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