Thermodynamic analysis of the reduction annealing of iron powder. Part I
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An analysis has been carried out which makes it possible to determine the region of parameters in which converted gas can be employed for the reduction annealing of iron powder without danger of soot evolution in the temperature range 900–1400°K. Calculations have been made of rates of consumption of converted gas in the reduction annealing of iron powder at values of coefficient of excess of the reducing gas ranging from 1.2 to 5.0.
KeywordsIron Thermodynamic Analysis Iron Powder Reduction Annealing Soot Evolution
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