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Corrosion of refractories by soda ash foundry slag
Robert Schuyler Haff
|Statement||by Robert S. Haff, Jr. ... Paul S. Dear ... [and] J.W. Whittemore ...|
|Series||[Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg. Engineering Experiment Station series bulletin, no. 38|
|Contributions||Dear, Paul Stanford, joint author., Whittemore, John Weed, 1897- joint athor.|
|LC Classifications||TA7 .V5 no. 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. incl. illus., tables.|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||a 43001724|
Infiltration characteristics of industrial coal slag into alumina (Al 2 O 3) refractory material with a temperature gradient induced along the slag's penetration direction are compared to those obtained under near-isothermal ments were conducted with a hot-face temperature of °C and a CO/CO 2 ratio of , which corresponds to an oxygen partial pressure of ~10 $-$8 atm. The presence of seed in the slag may have reduced corrosion. Of three types of fused-cast materials, the chrome-spinel refractory exhibited superior corrosion resistance. Among the sintered products, magnesia-chrome refractories showed more resistance than other sintered materials tested.
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38 (Paperback) Robert Schuyler Haff Jr, Paul S Dear, John W Whittemore Published by Literary Licensing, LLC, United States (). Corrosion experiments were conducted using the rotating immersion method of the MgO–C refractory rods in a liquid slag: in the temperature range of – K, revolution speed of rev min−1, with varying slag compositions and times (– s).Cited by: Corrosion of refractories and ceramic materials.
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Static slag corrosion testing The schematic diagram of the experimental furnace and crucible for the static slag corrosion test is illustrated in Figure 1. Refractory bricks were carved up to specimens by diamond table saw for the test (70×70×70 mm) and the hole holding slag (φ20×30 mm) was drilled in the centre of upper surface.
Ash and slag are the biggest causes of failure for refractories, causing corrosion of refractory [Show full abstract] materials and lowering heat absorption. Slag Corrosion in Steel Plant Refractories. In book: Proceedings of the Educational Symposium on Refractories in Sagging Environments: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 2, pp.
Corrosion - It is the wear and tear of refractories caused by static chemical attack of slag. Erosion - It is wear caused my mechanical action i.e. the process of breaking and washing away of refractory materials by molten slag. The conditions of operation are variableand complex. Corrosion of Refractories– refractory wear by loss of thickness and mass from the exposed face of the refractory as a consequence of chemical attack by a corroding fluid in a process in which the refractory and the corroding fluid react approaching chemical equilibrium in the zone of contact between the refractory and the fluid.
Figure 4 Schematic of the wear in the slag zone of the ladle lining during steel refining . The corrosion of oxide-carbon refractories by slag during steel refining is a complex process involving numerous mechanisms and factors.
The most important corrosion mechanisms leading to a severe wear of the slagline are. Images of the fused brown alumina aggregates (Ea) corroded by the molten slag at °C are shown in Fig.
4 for the three AMC refractories. The phases identified in the reaction zone of the Ea aggregates were similar to those observed at °C, and in the attacked tabular alumina particles at °C.
The corrosion of refractories in the COREX slag is a complicated phenomenon that generally involves physical (erosion or mechanical wear) and/or chemical (chemical wear, penetration, and dissolution reactions) processes.
When slag components penetrate the interior of the refractory, they can react to form a metamorphic layer. refractory furnace linings and quality foundry coke are used, the amount of slag generated would increase as these parameters directly impact on slag generation and its quality .
Currently, slag produced is disposed off on the foundry site floor. However, there is a great demand for. A refractory composition includes a first set of components and a colloidal silica binder. The first set of components includes alumina and zirconia.
The colloidal silica binder is provided at 5 wt % to 20 wt % of the dry weight of the first set of components. The refractory composition includes 45 wt % to 75 wt % alumina, 15 wt % to 30 wt % zirconia, and 10 wt % to 30 wt % silica. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Robert Schuyler Haff Jr books online.
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only discuss the material issues related to the refractory. The degradation of the gasifier refractories with coal slag can be attributed to chemical corrosion and physical wear, which can interact with each other and can have a synergistic effect. Fig. 1 Factors affecting the service life of a gasifier refractory liner.
Gasifier Atmosphere. slag/metal/refractory interface was one dominant factor. Mukai et al.  further investigated the cyclic mechanism to identify the controlling step in refractory corrosion. For steels with low carbon levels the dissolution of the oxides in the slag is the rate determining step, because carbon dissolution into the steel is.
Soda ash is also called, "sal Soda ash is less expensive than caustic soda, a sodium hydroxide. It is also used for softening water. In the steel foundry it is used more widely to control pH value of sand mixtures.
From 2 oz. to 5 oz. per ton of molding sand containing 5% western bentonite is the accepted amount of soda ash used. corrosion of refractories at the slag-metal interface is also reasonably explained by a mechanism, which is similar to that of the refractory-slag system.
Corrosion mechanism Generally speaking, the corrosion process could be defined as any type of interaction between a solid phase and a fluid.control over conditions at the slag-refractory interface. In a post-mortem examination, one is consequently unable to distinguish between, let alone measure, the interactive processes between slag and refractory—the very processes researchers consider to constitute corrosion and erosion.
(This is a concern being addressed by a.Refractory has always been an integral part of steam-generating boilers.
In the steam-generating industry, refractory materials are used for filling gaps and openings to help keep the fire inside the fire box, for lining ash hoppers (wet and dry) that collect ash and slag, and for the protection of lower furnace wall tubes inside fluidized bed, cyclone-fired, or refuse-derived fired boilers.