Refractories and bTdusrrial Ceramics r, bl. 38, .~bs. ] -2, 1997 REVIEWS UDK 628.53(049.3) "DUST REMOVAL FROM INDUSTRIAL GAS MEDIA IN REFRACTORY PRODUCTION" BY YU. V. KRASOVITSKII, P. B. BALTRENAS, V. I. ]~NTIN, N. M. ANZHEUROu AND ~: 17. BABKIN, TEKHNIKA, VILNIUS (1996) V. D. Shedogubov I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 2, pp. 39- 40, February, 1997. Original article submitted November .l l, 1996. Because of a sharp ~owth in the number of dust-evolv- ments for dust monitoring and analysis of physico-mechani- ing setups and the power of furnaces and other equipment, cal and chemical properties of industrial dusts. These include the problem of efficient dust collection is of high current im- the density, mass concentration, dispersity, and abrasive, ad- portance in the industry of refractories. hesive, cohesive, and electrical properties of dusts and the Difficulties encountered in the protection of the atmos- density, viscosity, and moisture of dust-gas flows. These data phere in the vicinity of refractory plants are illustrated by the provide a basis for detailed analysis and assessment of me- following figures: the annual discharge of solid inorganic chanical dust collectors (single and battery cyclones, vortex dust from the refractory' plants in Russia
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