|About this Abstract
||2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials
||Incorporation of Coke Dust Gas (FGD) in Reds Ceramics
||Victor Barbosa De Souza, Daniel Passos Gallo, Niander Aguiar Cerqueira
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
||Daniel Passos Gallo
In integrated steel mills there are processes that generate gases that are used as an energy source. These gases, coke oven gas (FGD) can be considered as one of the most important, both in the amount generated and in the energy value. The big plant in the earth of potential is the most important potential of the thermoplasty. The objective is to provide technical and environmentally correct for the use of post-test desulphurisation of coke oven gas as raw material for the ceramic industry. For this purpose, prismatic test specimens with up to 20% and several papers were used to characterize the material. The physical and mechanical properties evaluated were: linear retraction, water absorption and bending rupture stress. The results obtained indicate a technical feasibility.