The Role of Coal in the Romelt Process for the Liquid-Phase Reduction of Iron

@inproceedings{Romenets2002TheRO,
  title={The Role of Coal in the Romelt Process for the Liquid-Phase Reduction of Iron},
  author={Vladimir Andreyevich Romenets and Alexandr Usachev and A. V. Balasanov and V. E. Lekherzak},
  year={2002}
}
modern processes currently being developed for the coke-less production of liquid iron-carbon semifinished products can be tentatively divided into three groups: • processes that involve the preliminary reduction of iron in the solid phase and its final reduction in the liquid phase (Corex); • processes that mainly involve the liquid-phase reduction of iron (DIOS, Hlsmelt); • processes in which iron is reduced entirely in the liquid phase (Romelt, AusIron). The Corex process has already been… CONTINUE READING

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