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    Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamic Properties of Lime-Iron Oxide Melts Containing up to 30 Percent SiO2: 1450 and 1550 C Sections

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    This paper is a brief presentation of research work on the effect of lime on the thermodynamic properties of synthetic basic oxygen steelmaking slags saturated with lime. It provides a basis for understanding the fluxing behavior of lime and other constituents in such slags. Solid solutions of ferrous iron in lime also have been investigated, particularly with respect to an improvement in the resistance of lime to hydration.


    fluxes, slags, steelmaking, evaluation, tests, calcium oxides, thermodynamic properties, iron alloys, hydration

    Author Information:

    Timucin, M.
    research associate, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa

    Morris, A. E.
    Associate professor, University of Missouri at Rolla, Rolla, Mo.

    Committee/Subcommittee: C07.05

    DOI: 10.1520/STP41933S