Opening: 00AM - 24PM
Sintering plant at a glance - SlideShare

Oct 27, 2014 · Sintering plant at a glance. 2. 2 DEFINITION OF SINTERING Sintering is a process of agglomeration of fine mineral particles into a porous and lumpy mass by incipient fusion caused by heat produced by combustion of solid fuel within the mass itself. 6. 6 RAW MATERIALS USED FOR SINTERING 1. Iron ore fines 2.

Get Price
CN107964594B - A method of reducing sintering heavy metals ...

It is volatile, cause sintering process largely to discharge evolution, wherein again to contain a higher huge sum of money in iron content solid waste such as sintering dust separation ash Belong to the compound of Pb etc., therefore the heavy metal in sintering dust separation ash is cleaned and recycled, reduces the huge sum of money in sintered material Belong to Pb proportion, sintering heavy metals .

[PDF]Get Price
Sintering by recirculation of ferrogenous waste | SpringerLink

The ferrogenous waste like dust catcher dust and gas cleaning plant sludge can be utilized in sintering for production of hot metal. Recycling of these iron bearing materials and flux materials have great economic importance in sintering as it is not only utilizing all iron generated byproducts but also the associated fuel rate reduction benefit for sintering process.

Get Price
Establishment of refined sintering flue gas recirculation ...

For China iron & steel industry, sintering is an important process, which prepared nearly 75% burden for the blast furnace process. Sintering process consumes approximately 10%∼15% energy of the entire ironmaking & steelmaking process. During the production, the combustion of fossil fuel causes the environmental pollution.

  • Author: Xiaohui Fan, Guojing Wong, Min Gan, Xuling Chen ZhiyuanYu, Zhiyun Ji[PDF]Get Price
CN106382135B - Sintering waste heat recovery unit and ...

The present invention discloses a kind of sintering and the sintering waste heat recovery turbine shutdown system safety interlock joint unit, comprising a sintered dual output shaft of the fan, motor, transmission clutches, turbine, quick closing valve, a speed sensor, the speed PID controller.

Get Price
Nuclear Waste Disposal Facilitated by Glass Melting ...

Nuclear Waste Disposal Facilitated by Glass Melting Furnaces. February 11, 2016 Jon Guibor CM Furnaces, Glass Melting Furnace, Sintering Furnace Nuclear Fuel Disposal Jon Guibor In the latest technological solution to a decades old problem, researchers have determined that using blast furnace slag through a process called vitrification, can reduce the volume of radioactive material by 90%.

Get Price
Development of a sintering process for recycling oil shale ...

Zhang, Zhikun, Zhang, Lei, & Li, Aimin, E-mail: [email protected] Development of a sintering process for recycling oil shale fly ash and municipal solid waste incineration bottom ash into glass ceramic composite. United States.

Get Price
UTILIZATION OF WASTE POWDER AND SLUDGE IN IRON ORE ...

ores concentrates and waste iron containing powders are subjected to advanced sintering [1-3]. An important and durable trend at advance preparation of the raw materials for the blast furnace process is the sintering process. It is a thermal method for agglomeration. The heat required is additionally provided or comes from fuel

Get Price
Influence of Sintering Temperature on Mechanical ...

When crystallization occurs before completion of the sintering, the viscous flow viscosity increases rapidly and prevents the sintering process resulting in less dense materials . This occurred at the temperatures 750°C and 800°C, where the crystallization of .

Get Price
Sintering R&D Center - Waste Materials - YouTube

Jul 08, 2019 · Waste materials from mining, ironmaking, steelmaking, and non-ferrous industry are a great source of feed for a number of processes, through the sintering process, and it still is underrated.

Get Price
Establishment of refined sintering flue gas recirculation ...

Flue gas recirculation sintering process is a potential technology to decrease fuel consumption and NOx emissions compared with conventional sintering process.

Get Price
Selective Waste Gas Recycling - EPOSINT Process ...

Selective Waste Gas Recycling - EPOSINT Process Selective gas recycling in the Environmentally Process Optimized Sintering (EPOSINT) uses the fact that the release of particulate matter from the sinter bed tend to be more concentrated in those wind boxes that are situated towards the discharge end of the sinter strand where the waste gas temperature shows rapid rise.

Get Price
Influence of Sintering Temperature on Mechanical ...

X. Lu, Y. Li, W. Dai, and D. Cang, "Effect of composition and sintering process on mechanical properties of glass ceramics from solid waste," Advances in Applied Ceramics, vol. 115, no. 1, pp. 13–20, 2016. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar · View at Scopus

Get Price
Sintering and Coking | Iron and Steel | Howden

Sintering and Coking. In the coke oven plant our oven fans provide the combustion air to burn the coke (mostly carbon). Howden centrifugal compressors in the coke-oven by-product plant exhausters remove the by products such as sulfar, phenol and ammonia. In the sinter plant our forced draught combustion air fans support the combustion process...

Get Price
Sinter Plant | Industrial Efficiency Technology & Measures

In the sintering process a blend of different ores, ferrous containig materials – such as flue dust – and fine coke particles (known as coke breeze) is deposited on a large travelling grate. The coke at the top of the blend is ignited by gas burners, that can be fueled by coke oven gas, blast furnace gas, or natural gas.

[PDF]Get Price
OUTOTEC TRAVELING GRATE SINTERING

SINTERING BENEFITS • Flexible process suitable for a wide range of fine-grained materials • Highly efficient gas cleaning reduces atmospheric emissions • State-of-the art process automation ensures continuous stable production • Effective heat recovery allows waste heat to be reused in other processes

[PDF]Get Price
Sintering in Powder Metallurgy: Sinter Hardening & Heat ...

Jul 18, 2019 · Defining Sinter Hardening & Sintering in Powder Metallurgy. During this particular form of heat treatment, heat is applied under a controlled atmosphere so the temperature peaks below the melting point of the primary metal in the mix. Today, special sintering furnaces eliminate the need for expensive post-sinter heat treating. The end result is a part that's either finished or semi-finished, .

[PDF]Get Price
Sintering R&D Center - Waste Materials - YouTube

Jul 08, 2019 · Waste materials from mining, ironmaking, steelmaking, and non-ferrous industry are a great source of feed for a number of processes, through the sintering process, and it still is underrated.

Get Price
Effective Use Of Recycled Raw Material In Selective Laser ...

Selective Laser Sintering process. The raw materails that are used in Selective Laser Sintering process. The conventional parameters that are set by the machine manufacturer for using the polyamide raw materials. How large inventories of waste powder are generated due to .

Get Price
Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes | Selective Laser ...

Sintering is one of the most frequently used additive manufacturing processes. The fundamental requirement for the process to be "sintering" is that the additive manufacturing powder is heated (sintered) to just below the melting point. This is achieved .

[PDF]Get Price