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The Effect of Waste Slag of the Steel Industry on Pulverized Coal Combustion

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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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Keywords: catalytic combustion; coal-burning additive; desulfurization and denitrification; fluidized bed; waste slag

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 18, 2013

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