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Theoretical aspects of coking batch formulation and practical experience at OAO Nizhnetagil’skii Metallurgicheskii Kombinat (NTMK) are considered. An integral characteristic, the optimal batch coefficient K
opt, permits ongoing assessment of the batch composition’s optimality and prediction of...
The effectiveness of selective crushing by means of pneumatic separation in a fluidized-bed system is compared with nonselective crushing.
The practical literature regarding coal-batch formulation on the basis of rank is analyzed.
Means of obtaining representative coke samples are considered. The influence of the size class on CRI and CSR is discussed, along with deficiencies of the NSC method.
The influence of coking-product pyrolysis within the coke furnace on the phenol content in coal tar and in the water in the gas-collection cycle and at the biochemical-treatment unit is considered.
A method of washing out deposits from tubular-furnace coils is proposed.
Practical experience in the identification of lubricant oils in the wastewater from the metallurgical shops at OAO Nizhnetagil’skii Metallurgicheskii Kombinat (NTMK) is described. Gas chromatography is used for purposes of identification.
The organization of monitoring within subdivisions of the central laboratory by various methods (including statistical monitoring) is considered.
The analysis of engineering data and the readings of flow meters of variable pressure difference to obtain additional information is considered. Such analysis may be used in adjusting flow meters to particular technological processes.
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