By Ramana G. Reddy, Pinakin Chaubal, P. Chris Pistorius, Uday Pal
This assortment specializes in ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy the place ionic melts, slags, fluxes, or salts play very important roles in business progress and financial system world wide. Technical issues integrated are: thermodynamic homes and section diagrams and kinetics of slags, fluxes, and salts; actual homes of slags, fluxes, and salts; structural reports of slags; interfacial and method phenomena concerning foaming, bubble formation, and drainage; slag recycling, refractory erosion/corrosion, and freeze linings; and recycling and usage of metallurgical slags and versions and their functions in procedure development and optimization. those subject matters are of curiosity not to merely conventional ferrous and non-ferrous steel commercial procedures but additionally new and upcoming technologies.
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Thus less gas remains entrapped in the slag, and a poor foaming behaviour is expected to be observed. On the other hand, very low gas flow rate also results in poor slag foaming due to the lack of generation of sufficient gas. Therefore it is important to control the rate of gas generation and keep that standing in the optimum range. The reaction between slag #3 and coke #3 and blends of coke #3 with two types of polymeric materials- Polypropylene (PP) and Polyurethane (PU) at 1550 oC was also investigated.
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