Blast furnace phenomena and modelling
Elsevier Applied Science, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 631 pages
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Dissection of Quenched Blast Furnaces
Measurements in Operating Blast Furnaces
7 other sections not shown
Amagasaki behavior blast furnace operation blast volume burden descent burden distribution burden materials calculated charging cohesive zone coke bed coke layer coke particles combustion zone composition computed decrease density dissection dropping zone estimated Figure flow rate flow resistance following equation furnace wall gangue gas and solid gas flow gas temperature hearth heat transfer coefficient hematite high temperature properties Hirohata i-th increase indirect reduction iron oxide Kawasaki Kimitsu lower lumpy zone mathematical model measured metallic iron mineral phases molten obtained ore/coke oxygen packed bed pellets permeability pig iron pressure drop probe raceway radial distribution rate constant ratio reaction rate reaction rate constant reduction degree region relationship shaft shape shown in Fig shows shrinkage silicon simulation sinter SiO2 slag softening viscosity stream function surface angle tapping temperature temperature distribution Tetsu-to-Hagane thermal top gas tuyere level values viscosity wustite