Fluid Flow Phenomena in a Laboratory Scale DC Arc Furnace for Slag Cleaning
Fluid flow phenomena have been documented in a laboratory scale DC arc furnace located at the University of Missouri-Rolla. Nickel flash smelting slag was first melted in a steel crucible using only induction furnace power. Once a molten slag pool had been established, an arc was struck on the surface of the bath. Documentation of the observed phenomena was made by video photography.
A. C. Deneys and D. G. Robertson, "Fluid Flow Phenomena in a Laboratory Scale DC Arc Furnace for Slag Cleaning," Electric Furnace and Process Technology Proceedings, pp. 423-432, Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), Jan 1998.
Electric Furnace and Process Technology
Materials Science and Engineering
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01 Jan 1998