A lining of burned forsterite—chromite brick, with the olivinite mined at the Khabozerovskoe deposit as the base, was tested in the 385-ton steel-teerning ladle of the converter plant at the Severstal' Works. The brick was made by the method developed at the St. Petersburg Institute of Refractories. The characteristics of the brick are given. The ladle lining was tested on a wide range of converter steel grades. At the end of the service period, the lining was examined and the nature of its wear was identified. The experimental lining withstood 23 heats. It is thought promising to use refractory brick of the forsterite composition in large-tonnage steel-teeming ladles.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 26, 2007
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