Highlights: Problems and Prospects of Low-Coke Blast-Furnace Technology

-Study of BF-processes when replacing part of the coke by using a multi-zone mathematical model.

-Showed the possibility of reducing the coke consumption up to 180-200 kg/t by blowing pulverized coals.

-The possibility of injection instead of 250 kg/t low-ash coal and 400 kg/t of high-ash in the form of gasification products.

-Development of a system of coal gasification by furnace-side units or tuyere-mounted gasifiers.

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Substitution of Coke and Energy Saving In Blast Furnaces. Part 5. Problems and Prospects of Low-Coke Blast-Furnace Technology



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