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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Applications of Process Engineering Principles in Materials Processing, Energy and Environmental Technologies: An EPD Symposium in Honor of Professor Ramana G. Reddy
||Thermodynamics of Simultaneous Desulfurization and Dephosphorizaion of SiMn Alloy
||Jong-Min Jeong, Jaehong Shin, Chul-Woo Nam, Kyung-Ho Park,
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Because sulfur and phosphorus are very harmful in steel industries, there are increasing requirements for refining these elements from ferroalloys industries. Hence, in the present study, simultaneous desulfurization (de-S) and reducing dephosphorization (Rde-P) from silicomenganese (SiMn) alloy were investigated using metal-slag equilibration method under highly reducing condition at 1500oC. Experiments were carries out by equilibrating SiMn alloy and MnO-based slag in graphite crucible under p(O2)=10-18 atm. Slag composition was designed by changing basicity (CaO/SiO2) and MnO content with fixed Al2O3 (=20%) and MgO (=5%). Sulfur and phosphorus distribution ratio between metal and slag was exhibited as a function of basicity. De-S ratio increased with increasing basicity until C/S=1.5, whereas De-P ratio was not significantly affected by slag basicity. This is because the thermodynamic driving force of de-S reaction is greater than that of Rde-P reaction under present experimental conditions. De-S and Rde-P ratios commonly increased with decreasing oxygen partial pressure.
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