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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics

, Volume 51, Issue 6, pp 394–396 | Cite as

Features of chemical and mineral composition of a rammed compensation layer of a lining after service

  • V. V. Sharapova
Article

Results are provided for a study of a rammed compensation layer of the lining of a ferroalloy furnace RTP-2 after service. It is established within the layer gaseous components from oxygen compounds of silicon, titanium, aluminum, iron, and also gaseous potassium and titanium, condense in the layer and are disproportionated. In the carbon mass there is precipitation of silicon monoxide, and reaction products of both complexes and rammed layer carbon material.

Keywords

chemical and mineral composition lining compensation layer ferroalloy furnace suboxides gaseous complexes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Sharapova
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  1. 1.GP UkrNIIspetsstal’Zaporozh’eUkraine

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