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Sinter Production

  • Aitber BizhanovEmail author
  • Valentina Chizhikova
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Part of the Topics in Mining, Metallurgy and Materials Engineering book series (TMMME)

Abstract

In the sintering, a preliminary prepared mixture of charge components and solid fuel is being burnt in air flow filtered layer (vacuum sintering). Let’s describe the phenomenon of sintering technology.

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  1. 1.J.C. Steele & Sons, IncMoscowRussia
  2. 2.National University of Steel and AlloysMoscowRussia

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