mathematical model of a rotary kiln for the direct reduction of iron ore.
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mathematical model of a rotary kiln for the direct reduction of iron ore. by A R. Brimmer

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.Sc. dissertation. Typescript.

SeriesDissertations
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Pagination118p.
Number of Pages118
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Open LibraryOL13653547M

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In the case of a generic iron ore reduction kiln (Figure 1), Table I provides an overview of the parameters (and ranges) that are considered. Modelling and optimization of a rotary kiln direct reduction process by H.P. Kritzinger* and T.C. Kingsley* Synopsis Rotary kilns are used for a variety of mineral processing operations. Hatch. OF DIRECT REDUCTION IN A ROTARY KILN Dr. A. B. CHATTERJEA Deputy Director, National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, India. Abstract A rotary kiln for the reduction of iron oxides in solid state is essentially a continuous gas/solid reactor operating on either counter-current, or co-current flow of solids and gases. Direct reduction of iron ore in a rotary kiln. By Seyed Kazem Taheri. Abstract. This thesis was submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and awarded by Brunel ian hematite iron ore was reduced successfully in a rotary kiln with a gaseous reactant which was prepared by reforming butane within the kiln, using the Author: Seyed Kazem Taheri. 2. Mathematical Model Principle The reduction of hematite ore to iron occurs via two intermediate oxides, namely, magnetite and wüstite (considered as Fe O [19]), and by two gaseous reactants, namely, H 2 and CO. The following six reduction reactions were therefore considered: 3Fe 6O 7(q)+H 6(e)→2Fe 7O 8(q)+H 6O(e) (1) Fe 7O 8.

In this communication, OI methodology is used to study the operability characteristics of direct reduction of iron ore by coal in a rotary kiln using a rigorous process model.   Reduction of iron ore by coal in a rotary kiln takes place in two stages: (a) reduction of iron ore by carbon monoxide: Fe +3C0=2Fe+3C0z; (b) gasification of carbon of coal by COz: C+C02=2C0. In the present paper, kinetic equations have been developed for reduction of iron oxide by carbon monoxide and gasification of coal char by carbon dioxide. This paper addresses the modeling of the iron ore direct reduction process, a process likely to reduce CO2 emissions from the steel industry. The shaft furnace is divided into three sections (reduction, transition, and cooling), and the model is two-dimensional (cylindrical geometry for the upper sections and conical geometry for the lower one), to correctly describe the lateral gas feed and. This professional reference book will be the first comprehensive book in many years that treats all engineering aspects of rotary kilns, including a thorough grounding in the thermal and fluid principles involved in their operation, as well as how to properly design an engineering process that uses rotary kilns.

rotary kilns. Pellets, or lump-ore, mixed with coal are/is charged into the rotary kilns2) and heated by coal burners to produce DRI. To avoid the significant formation of the kiln rings, their operating temperatures must be maintained in a range from 1, to 1,℃3). As a result, the processes require about 12 hours of reduction. A one-dimensional steady-state mathematical model is proposed for direct reduction process in rotary kilns akin to the SL/RN process. The model takes into account pneumatic coal char injection from the discharge end of the kiln to supplement the heat availability. The model is based on material and energy conservation principles, and the empirical equations for kinetics and heat transfer are. A model for the isothermal reduction of iron ore with coal char, Reduction of iron ore by coal in a rotary kiln takes place in two stages: (a) reduction of iron ore by carbon monoxide: Fe2O3+3CO=2Fe+3CO2; (b) gasification ofThe grate, by direct reduction (DR) and electric arc A typical rotary kiln used in iron ore pellet production Rierson, ), as well as for direct reduction of iron ore. A phenomenological model for the reduction of iron ore/carbon composite pellets in a multi-layer bed rotary hearth furnace has been developed. A single pellet model has been scaled up to a multi-pellet layer version in a computationally efficient way. The multi-layer pellet bed has been conceived as single column of identical pellets in a rectangular enclosure, assuming symmetry of the pellet.