Title

Behavior of carbon in a blast furnace and the use of carbon content in hot metal for the monitoring and control of the ironmaking process

RIS ID

138475

Publication Details

Alter, M. A., Gordon, Y. M. & Nightingale, R. J. (2019). Behavior of carbon in a blast furnace and the use of carbon content in hot metal for the monitoring and control of the ironmaking process. AISTech - Proceedings of the Iron & Steel Technology Conference (pp. 507-517). United States: Association for Iron & Steel Technology.

Abstract

Our civilization selected steel (an alloy of iron with carbon) as the basic construction material many centuries ago, and humanity still lives in "Iron age" producing annually above 1.6 billion tons of steel (2017) or more than 200 kg of iron per capita per year.

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Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.33313/377/054