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    A blast furnace is a gigantic, steel stack lined with refractory brick where the concentrated iron ore, coke, and limestone are dumped from the top, and a blast of hot air is blown into the bottom. All the three ingredients are crushed into small round

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  • Slag and its Role in Blast Furnace Ironmaking IspatGuru

    Aug 07, 2015· The deteriorating effect of high alumina in the slag is offset by increasing its MgO content. The alumina concentration in the slag is semi-empirically set in many countries at the upper limit of around 16 % in order to avoid the accumulation of the iron slag and the deterioration of permeability in the lower part of the blast furnace.

  • The slag formed in the extraction of iron from haematite

    The slag formed in the extraction of iron from haematite in the blast furnace is C a S i O 3 . The reaction in the blast furnace is as follows: The reaction in the blast furnace is as follows: C a O + S i O 2 → C a S i O 3 (slag)

  • Ironmaking 101 From Ore to Iron with Blast Furnaces

    Oct 10, 2017· Ironmaking Blast Furnace. Iron is made by reacting iron ore (iron oxide and impurities), coke (a reductant) and limestone (CaCO 3) in a blast furnace.. Iron ores with lower iron content such as taconite are first processed to concentrate the iron level and drive off volatile impurities.

  • Characteristics and applications of iron and steel slag

    Granulated blast furnace slag Just like air-cooled blast furnace slag, this slag has a hydraulic property and there is no risk of alkali-aggregate reaction. Because of the powerful latent hydraulic property that results from fine grinding, this slag is used in products such as Portland blast furnace slag cement.

  • Blast furnace slag is a by product of the production of

    Blast-furnace slag is a by-product of the production of pig iron. When this slag is rapidly quenched and ground, it will possess latent cementitious properties. After processing, the material is known as GGBF slag, whose hydraulic pro-perties may vary and can be separated into grades noted in ASTM C 989. The grade classification gives guidance on the relative strength potential of 50 percent

  • Temperature and Duration Impact on the Strength

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  • Simultaneous Measurements of Temperature and Iron–Slag

    As the initial process in an integrated steel-making plant, molten iron is produced in a blast furnace. The molten iron has a temperature between 1700 K and 1900 K. The outflow stream discharged from a taphole comprises the molten iron and slag (which is a mixture of molten oxides). Monitoring of the stream temperature is important because it has information on the thermal condition inside the

  • Blast furnace Wikipedia

    A blast furnace is a type of metallurgical furnace used for smelting to produce industrial metals, generally pig iron, but also others such as lead or copper. Blast refers to the combustion air being "forced" or supplied above atmospheric pressure.. In a blast furnace, fuel (), ores, and flux are continuously supplied through the top of the furnace, while a hot blast of air (sometimes with

  • Standard Guide for Blast Furnace and Steel Furnace Slag as

    1.1 This standard is intended to provide guidance as to the appropriate/typical mineralogy observed when iron and steel slag, produced during the manufacture of iron and steel, is designated as a product. The included information covers the mineral properties of blast furnace slag and steel slag when they are manufactured in conjunction with the production of iron or steel, or both (Note 1).

  • Extracting iron Iron and aluminium GCSE Chemistry

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  • Recovery of scandium and neodymium from blast furnace slag

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  • Iron E traction Machines From Slag

    The iron ore iron oxide is reduced to molten iron and slag Molten iron runs into torpedo ladle rail cars Blast Furnace Slag is a co-product of the iron making process It is removed from the blast furnace and allowed to cool ASMS then further process the blast furnace slag into useful products for the construction industry such as concrete

  • Viscosities of Iron Blast Furnace Slags

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  • Behavior of Hot-Mix Asphalt Containing Blast Furnace Slag

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  • Hydrothermal solidification of blast furnace slag by

    Blast furnace water-cooled slag (BFWS) has been solidified using a hydrothermal processing method, in which the BFWS could be solidified in an autoclave under saturated steam pressure (1.56 MPa) at 200 °C for 12 h by the additions of quartz or coal flyash. The tensile strength development was shown to depend on the formation of tobermorite and the packing state of the formed tobermorite in

  • Reference Data Sheets Australasian (iron & steel) Slag

    Reference Data Sheets. Reference data sheet 1. Blast Furnace Slag Aggregate & Cementitious Products This data sheet reviews in some detail the use of slag in cement and concrete either as an aggregate (coarse or fine) or as a binder component in concrete manufacture.; Reference data sheet 2. Blast Furnace Slag Aggregates Properties, Characteristics and Applications This data sheet