Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 91, Number 3, Mars 1994
|Page(s)||411 - 420|
|Published online||20 January 2017|
The interpretation of laser sensing measurements for blast furnace operations and control*
Interprétation des mesures par capteur laser au haut-fourneau
Several laser-based sensors for use on blast furnaces have been developed and implemented, including a raceway sensor, burden level sensor (single point) and burden surface profiler. These sensors are based on the time-of-flight technique and give high levels of accuracy in all applications.
The data obtained from the sensors during normal furnace operations are examined in light of the process models utilised by operators and for the interpretation of pulverised coal injection performance. Raceway sensory data obtained during a furnace blow-in are also discussed.
© La Revue de Métallurgie 1994
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