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Alkaline carbonates in blast furnace process

By P. Besta, A. Samolejová, R. Lenort, K. Janovská, J. Kutáč and A. Sikorová

Abstract

The production of iron in blast furnaces is a complex of physical, chemical and mechanical processes. The input raw materials contain not only metallic components, but also a number of negative elements. The most important negative elements include alkaline carbonates. They can significantly affect the course of the blast furnace process and thus the overall performance of the furnace. As a result of that, it is essential to accurately monitor the alkali content in the blast furnace raw materials. The article analyzes the alkali content in input and output raw materials and their impact on the blast furnace process

Topics: blast furnace, alkalis, negative elements, cost, Mining engineering. Metallurgy, TN1-997
Publisher: Croatian Metallurgical Society
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:12ea7fbdfb3645a5a1868b3081ec2c3e
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