The Fluxing of Iron Ore Gangue By Dolomitic Limestones
P. D. S. ST. PIERRE
IN REGENT YEARS, blast furnace operators have found it necessary to improve their technology in order to handle increasingly low-grade feed and yet satisfy the demands for greater tonnages of metal. Studies have been made covering several aspects of the problem, and in this connection the slags produced in the iron-making process have been critically examined with a view to discovering the slag with the optimum properties for a given operation. A good slag should combine, as far as possible, the properties listed in Table I.
alumina, blast furnace, Flux Compoaition of Base Slag, Liquidus Gangue, silica, Data, Furnaces, Glass, Lime, Magnesia, Phase, Slag, Slags, Systems, Temperature