Corrosion Testing of Chrome-Free Refractories for Copper Production Furnaces
Diaz, C. and Landolt, C. and Utigard, T. and Diaz, C. and Landolt, C. and Utigard, T.
As part of a multi-year program for assessing the viability of chrome-free refractories in copper smelting, converting and refining furnaces, dynamic corrosion tests have been conducted on a series of refractories from the magnesia-alumina system, using a ferrous silicate slag. The corrosion rates of the test refractories are compared with those of a reference mag-chrome brick, and recommendations are made for more in-depth evaluations of the more corrosion-resistant materials.
M. D. Crites and M. E. Schlesinger, "Corrosion Testing of Chrome-Free Refractories for Copper Production Furnaces," 4th International Conference COPPER 99-COBRE 99, Jan 1999.
4th International Conference COPPER 99-COBRE 99 (1999, Phoenix, AZ)
Materials Science and Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings