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The Study Of Sunflower Seed Husks As A Fuel In The Iron Ore Sintering Process

the study of saw-dust addition on iron-ore sintering performance An investigation was carried out into the use of saw-dust form oak wood as a supplementary fuel in the iron ore sintering process. The primary fuel was coke breeze and total heat output of all the tested raw blends was the same and was calculated as 3.8 wt. coke breeze.

Study Of Thermal Decomposition Of Biomass As An

Biomass for iron ore sintering. Minerals Engineering 2314 11391145. 7 Ooi, Tze Chean, et al. 2008. The study of sunflower seed husks as a fuel in the iron ore sintering process. Minerals Engineering 212 167177. 8 Mathieson, John G., et al. 2011. Use of biomass in the iron.

Thermal Degradation And Kinetic Study Of Sawdusts

The present work deals with thermal degradation and kinetic study of chosen types of biomass in order to evaluate their usefulness as a supplementary fuel in the iron ore sintering process. The thermal stability and degradation of sawdusts and walnut shells were studied by TGDTG coupled with differential thermal analysis DTA under air from 40 to 700nbspC. The kinetic experiments were .

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