Metall. Res. Technol.
Volume 116, Number 1, 2019
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||16 January 2019|
Co-carbonization of single coking coal and pyrolytic extracts from datong long-flame coal
1 Engineering Research Center of Advanced Coal Coking and Efficient Use of Coal Resources, University of Science and Technology Liaoning,
Liaoning, PR China
2 Sinosteel Anshan Research Institute of Thermo-Energy Co. Ltd, 114044 Anshan, Liaoning, PR China
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Accepted: 22 May 2018
Using modified coal as the raw material to produce coke is a novel method to improve the quality of coke during the process of coal blend coking. In this work, the activated components from low-rank coal were used as a common modifier for coal modification process. The properties of co-carbonization coke were studied. The pyrolytic extracts of Chinese Datong long-flame coal (DTLFPE) were used as the additive, while Jinjian gas coal and Zhongwei lean coal were used as the basic coals. The influence of the addition of DTLFPE on coke’s micro-strength, optical texture index (OTI), microstructure and coke reactivity were studied. The results showed that DTLFPE exhibited a significant impact on the performance of Zhongwei lean coal coke. The micro-strength and the OTI index of each coke significantly improved due to the addition of DTLFPE, which meant that their anisotropy degree was enhanced. The addition of DTLFPE also decreased the porosity of Jinjian gas coal coke, and improved the melting ability of the particles in Zhongwei lean coal coke. The DTLFPE was found to be a very suitable modifier for single coking coal, whereas moderate amounts of additives exhibited positive effects on improving the quality of coke.
Key words: coal / pyrolytic extracts / micro-strength / optical texture index / coke reactivity
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