The Effect of Waste Slag of the Steel Industry on Pulverized Coal Combustion
In this article, steel slag, desulfurization slag of molten iron during steelmaking, and red iron oxide in cold rolling were used as coal-burning additives respectively. The effect of waste slag on coal combustion was investigated by tests on a bench-scale fluidized bed with analyzer for the composition of flue gas. The results indicated that the moderate amounts of industrial waste slag, which were used as coal-burning additives, played a catalytic role in coal combustion, desulfurization, and denitrification, and it was advantageous to the resources recycling.
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