Research results are reported on the effects of components on the resistance of acid lining for the crucible induction furnace. To raise the lining resistance, one needs to eliminate components that react with the silica crucible. The extent of silicon reduction from the lining is dependent on the heating of the metal and the contents of carbon and silicon in the liquid. Increasing the carbon content and reducing the silicon concentration in the metal favor wear on the crucible. The slag components most actively influencing the resistance of the lining are magnesium and calcium oxides, which are produced on modifying cast iron, ferrous oxide, and manganese on account of reduction in the viscosity of the slag, increase in its wetting power, and penetration into the pores and unevenness in the walls of the crucible.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 21, 2008
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