Data on Russian and foreign refractory materials used in smelters of nonferrous metals are reviewed. The dependence of the durability of refractories on various factors, including some design features and operating conditions of setups for autogenous smelting of sulfide materials, is considered. Special attention is paid to domestic developments, such as the flare-oxygen and Vanyukov smelting furnaces. A modern trend is to combine linings with inserted cooling elements (jackets) and to create refractory-slag linings. Another trend is a continuing search for a more perfect design for enclosures for the above setups.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 26, 2007
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