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Blast furnace and metallurgical coke's reactivity and its determination by thermal gravimetric analysis

AuthorsRodero, J.I.; Sancho-Gorostiaga, J.; Ordiales, M.; Fernández-González, D.; Mochón Muñoz, J.; Ruiz-Bustinza, I.; Fuentes, A.; Verdeja, L. F.
Coke strength after reaction
Coke reactivity index
TGA test analysis
Manganese metallurgy
Electric furnace
Issue Date2015
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Citationironmaking & steelmaking 42(8): 618-625 (2015)
Abstract© 2015 Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. The aim of the present work is to adapt tests that are typically used for blast furnace cokes, such as coke reactivity index (CRI) and coke strength after reaction, to ferroalloy production in electric furnaces by developing easier equipment that meets with ISO 18894 standards. Moreover, a new technique has also been developed using thermal gravimetric analysis in order to quickly, inexpensively and reliably find the CRI parameter. As result of this work, a polynomial relationship between coke's reactivity and mass loss slopes of the record line obtained in the gravimetric thermal analysis tests was found.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1179/1743281215Y.0000000016
issn: 1743-2812
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