Preparation of Ceramic-Bonded Carbon Block for Blast Furnace

  title={Preparation of Ceramic-Bonded Carbon Block for Blast Furnace},
  author={Yiwei Li and Yawei Li and Shaobai Sang and Xilai Chen and Lei Zhao and Yuanbing Li and Shujing Li},
  journal={Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A},
Traditional carbon blocks for blast furnaces are mainly produced with electrically calcined anthracite owing to its good hot metal corrosion resistance. However, this kind of material shows low thermal conductivity and does not meet the demands for cooling of the hearth and the bottom of blast furnaces. In this article, a new kind of a high-performance carbon block has been prepared via ceramic-bonded carbon (CBC) technology in a coke bed at 1673 K (1400 °C) using artificial graphite aggregate… 
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