Physicochemical tests have been done on magnesian-aluminian fluxes (MAF) for use in converters to improve the resistance of the lining. Various components in the materials for making the fluxes have been examined in relation to the mineral and phase compositions of the MAF and the structures in them. Thermographic tests have been done on the structural changes on heating the fluxes. Strength measurements have been made on MAF briquettes as affected by the time for which the fluxes have been kept in air and the rates of dissolution of them in the slag liquid. Data are given on tests on the fluxes in melting steel in oxygen converters
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 4, 2009
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