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By Ramana G. Reddy, Pinakin Chaubal, P. Chris Pistorius, Uday Pal

This assortment specializes in ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy the place ionic melts, slags, fluxes, or salts play very important roles in business progress and economic system all over the world. Technical themes incorporated are: thermodynamic houses and section diagrams and kinetics of slags, fluxes, and salts; actual homes of slags, fluxes, and salts; structural experiences of slags; interfacial and strategy phenomena related to foaming, bubble formation, and drainage; slag recycling, refractory erosion/corrosion, and freeze linings; and recycling and usage of metallurgical slags and types and their functions in method development and optimization. those themes are of curiosity not to merely conventional ferrous and non-ferrous steel business procedures but additionally new and upcoming technologies.

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The incorporation of PIT also improves the foaminess of the slag, and therefore, furnace efficiency. The foaming slag phenomenon in electric arc furnace (EAF) is known to be an important feature which reduces the cost of energy, improves furnace efficiency and stability while reduces the sound, vibration and electrode consumption during the process of iron melting [3]. Thus an understanding the relationship between the physicochemical properties of slag and its foaming behavior is of great significance due to the considerable effect of slag on foaming phenomenon.

2. As MgO content increases, viscosity of the slag gradually decreases until the curve reaches the local minima, generally at MgO content of 7 to 11 %, depending on the basicity and Al2O3 contents. Viscosity increases with increasing MgO content after the minima. The minima in viscosity coincide with the primary solidification phase transition composition from melilite to spinel. From FT-IR spectra, the structural relaxation is maximized at 7 % addition of MgO as well. The melt structure at 7 % addition of MgO shows the most remarkable SiO4-tetrahedra with NBO/Si = 3+4 bands (850 and 940 cm-1).

Min, “Influence of TiO2 on the Viscous Behavior of Calcium Silicate Melts Containing 17 mass% Al 2O3 and 10 mass % MgO”, ISIJ International, 52 (2012) 158-160 28. -U. Han, W. W. Huh, and D. J. Min, “Correlation between High-Temperature Properties of Ferro-nickel Smelting Slag System, ‘FeO’-MgO-SiO2”, under progress 29. J. H. Park, “Structure-Property Correlations of CaO-SiO2-MnO Slag Derived from Raman Spectroscopy”, ISIJ International, 52 (2012), 1627-1636 27 30. -U. Han and D. J. Min, “Cationic Effect on Electrical Conductivity and Viscosity of Alkalineearth Silicate Melts: Phenomenology”, Journal of American Ceramic Society, 98 (2015), 2438-2444 31.

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