Refi'actories and bldustrlal Ceramics ~bl. 40. Nos. 11 - 12, 1999 REFRACTORIES AT THE USER UDC 666.762.32:6188.8.131.52 CONVERTER REFRACTORIES OF THE MAYERTON REFRACTORIES COMPANY S. G. Sennikov, l V. N. Zhirikov, I Yu. A. Puzyrev, 1 V. P. Ozerova, l S. N. Fokin, l A. D. Muzafarov, ~ G. A. Farafonov, 1 I. D. Malysheva, ~ R. M. Poponin, ~ 1~. A. Visloguzova, 1 and S. E Odinokov I Translated from Ogneupory l Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 11, pp. 47 - 51, November, 1999. The ferrous metallurgy of China has made considerable The first convener linings were supplied to Russia in progress in the last 20 years. In 1980, the total volume of 1995. Figure 1 presents the diagram of a lining of an oxygen convener created by Mayenon specialists for Russian plants. molten steel was 37 million tons, in 1995 China was the sec- The charging part of the lining, the neck, and the tap-hole ond steel producer in the world with a total volume of side are lined with periclase-carbon bricks S possessing an 95.4 million tons, and in 1998 it became the first in the elevated mechanical strength, and the trunnion zones are world, melting 114.05 million
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