The process of calcining has been studied for total petroleum coke (size 0–60 mm) and breeze (0–15 mm) in an experimental ring furnace.
It has been shown that the ring furnace can be used successfully to calcine any size grade of petroleum coke produced by delayed coking.
The quality of the calcined coke, according to the tests of VAMI and GOSNIIÉP, satisfies the requirements of the aluminum and electrode industry.
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Bentsianov, Y.V., Ivanov, V.E., Makarov, G.N. et al. Calcining petroleum coke in ring furnace. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 10, 117–120 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00717132
- Petroleum Coke
- Experimental Ring