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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Deriving Value from Challenging Waste Materials: Recycling and Sustainability Joint Session
Presentation Title D-15: Research on Optimization of Sintering Mixture with Low-grade Complex Ore
Author(s) Yutsuan Ding, Zizong Zhu, Zhiqiang Zhou, Hao Xiong
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Yutsuan Ding
Abstract Scope In order to utilize the lean ore resources from XinJiang rationally and optimize mixture, laborarory measurements have been carried out under different basicity, various mixed carbon content as well as the properties(ratio) of fuel particle size by the sintering pot for further microstructure analyses. The results show that sinter strength falls by 5.0%, low temperature reduction disintegration index(RDI) drops off to the lowest in certain ranges. The natural degradation index of sinter is much higher when sinter basicity is between 1.65 and 1.75. The sinter strength increases when sinter basicity is between 1.75 and 2.0. Meanwhile, the sinter strength and RDI+3.15 improve with increasing carbon content. And the sinter strength and RDI+3.15 both decreases with the decrease of the distribution ratio of small fuel particle, thereby decreases the yield of sinter. Microstructural analyses have been investigated to figure out the mechanism of the influence of the three factors on sinter.
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