Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 101, Number 3, March 2004Réduction directe
|Page(s)||183 - 188|
|Published online||06 April 2004|
Automatic size and shape analysis for on-line coke monitoring
Since systems for examining coke quality are labour-intensive and time-consuming, automatic coke sizing and shaping equipment has been assessed. Variations in coke shape as well as size affect blast furnace permeability, so potential for replacing abrasion-resistance testing has been investigated by examination of size and shape changes between the oven wharf and the furnace. Results demonstrate the ability of on-line monitoring to facilitate coke quality assessment, permitting identification/correction of problems.
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