Use of unfired periclase-carbon refractories in parts of linings of 350-ton steel-teeming ladles

Use of unfired periclase-carbon refractories in parts of linings of 350-ton steel-teeming ladles Workers of the Azovstal’Company have established the causes of the decrease in the endurance of slag-line areas of linings of 350-ton steel-teeming ladles. In 1995–1996 they conducted industrial tests and introduced a process for lining the slag areas of 350-ton teeming ladles with unfired periclase-carbon refractories. The mean service life of a lining of a 350-ton teeming ladle with a slag line made of periclase-carbon refractories amounts to 23 heats on the average without hot repairs of the slag line during the campaign. The wear of the periclase-carbon lining in the slag line is 3.6–4.3 mm per heat. The specific consumption of refractories and materials for a lining has been decreased by 0.6–0.8 kg per ton of converter steel. Such an operating capacity for the periclase-carbon refractories in slag lines is provided by the composition and structure of the refractories, which possess a high heat resistance and resist the effect of the molten metal and slag. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

Use of unfired periclase-carbon refractories in parts of linings of 350-ton steel-teeming ladles

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Springer US
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Copyright © 1998 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Chemistry; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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1083-4877
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1573-9139
D.O.I.
10.1007/BF02769270
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Abstract

Workers of the Azovstal’Company have established the causes of the decrease in the endurance of slag-line areas of linings of 350-ton steel-teeming ladles. In 1995–1996 they conducted industrial tests and introduced a process for lining the slag areas of 350-ton teeming ladles with unfired periclase-carbon refractories. The mean service life of a lining of a 350-ton teeming ladle with a slag line made of periclase-carbon refractories amounts to 23 heats on the average without hot repairs of the slag line during the campaign. The wear of the periclase-carbon lining in the slag line is 3.6–4.3 mm per heat. The specific consumption of refractories and materials for a lining has been decreased by 0.6–0.8 kg per ton of converter steel. Such an operating capacity for the periclase-carbon refractories in slag lines is provided by the composition and structure of the refractories, which possess a high heat resistance and resist the effect of the molten metal and slag.

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Refractories and Industrial CeramicsSpringer Journals

Published: Nov 27, 2007

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