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Gavel, D.J. (author)
The principal objective of this work is to understand the physicochemical behaviour of the ferrous raw material (pellet and/or sinter) bed mixed with nut coke under the blast furnace conditions. To investigate this behaviour, a specially designed blast furnace simulator called the Reduction Softening and Melting (RSM) apparatus is utilised ...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Gavel, D.J. (author), Adema, A.T. (author), van der Stel, Jan (author), Sietsma, J. (author), Boom, R. (author), Yang, Y. (author)
Effect of nut coke addition with ferrous burden (pellet and sinter mixture) is experimentally investigated under simulated blast furnace conditions. Nut coke mixing degree was varied (0, 20 and 40 wt-%) as a replacement of the regular coke. During smelting, the ferrous bed evolves through three distinct stages of shrinkage due to indirect...
journal article 2020
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Gavel, D.J. (author), Adema, A.T. (author), Stel, Jan Van Der (author), Sietsma, J. (author), Boom, R. (author), Yang, Y. (author)
One of the primary causes that limit the blast furnace productivity is the resistance exerted to the gas flow in the cohesive zone by the ferrous burden. Use of nut coke (10–40 mm) together with ferrous burden proves beneficial for decreasing this resistance. In present study, effect of nut coke addition on the olivine fluxed iron ore pellet...
journal article 2019
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Gavel, D.J. (author), Adema, A.T. (author), van der Stel, Jan (author), Kwakernaak, C. (author), Sietsma, J. (author), Boom, R. (author), Yang, Y. (author)
The melting and dripping behaviour of an iron ore pellet bed mixed with nut coke are investigated through a series of quenching, melting and dripping experiments. In the melting bed of iron ore pellets, nut coke acts as a frame to maintain the passage for the gas flow. The iron carburisation level of the pellet shell is found to control the...
journal article 2019
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Gavel, D.J. (author), Song, Qingshi (author), Adema, A.T. (author), van der Stel, Jan (author), Sietsma, J. (author), Boom, R. (author), Yang, Y. (author)
In the blast furnace, nut coke is utilized in a mixture with the ferrous burden to improve the gas permeability. Although applied in a broad range (10–40 mm, 2–23 wt-%), limited information is available on changed burden behaviour in its presence. In the present study, the detailed characterization was performed on the iron ore pellets quenched...
journal article 2018
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Gavel, D.J. (author)
In the ironmaking blast furnaces, nut coke (10–40 mm; 2–23 wt-%) is charged together with the ferrous burden. A systematic review is performed to understand the effects of nut coke use on the permeability, thermal reserve zone (TRZ), reduction kinetics and softening & melting behaviour. State of the art techniques for enhancing reactivity...
journal article 2017
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Song, Q. (author)
The blast furnace consumes a large amount of high quality metallurgy coke (size 35-80 mm) in addition to ore in the form of pellets and sinter. This coke is the coarse fraction, derived from the coke plant. The fine fraction (8 -35 mm), arise after sieving, named nut coke, can’t be directly used in blast furnace. The fraction of smaller than 8...
doctoral thesis 2013
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