The prospects of using bauxite-base HCBS in the production of high-quality ramming mixtures for lining blast furnace spouts are considered. A system of Chinese bauxite (filler) and bauxite HCBS (binder) is shown to give a ramming mixture with a porosity of 18 – 22% and σc of 120 MPa. The effect of some process factors on the properties of the new refractory material is considered. The life of the mixture in the main hearth spout is shown to be 70 – 90 thousand tons cast iron before the first repair at a consumption of 0.53 – 0.63 kg mixture per one ton cast iron. The processes that occur in the interaction between the material and blast furnace slags of various chemical compositions is considered. The characteristics of the developed mixture are compared with those of the standard ones.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 26, 2007
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