In the sintering of iron ores, the partial substitution of anthracite for coke breeze has been considered to be an effective way of reducing pollutant emissions and production cost.
Substitution of Charcoal for Coke Breeze in Iron Ore Sintering LU,1)* Matt ADAM,1) Matt KILBURN,1) Sarath HAPUGODA,1) Michael SOMERVILLE,2) Sharif JAHANSHAHI2) and
In iron processing: Sinteringof fine coke (known as coke breeze) within the ore generates the necessary heat. Before being delivered to the sinter machine, the ore mixture is moistened to cause fine particles to stick to larger ones, and then the appropriate amount of coke is added. Initially, coke on the upper surface Read More
In iron ore sintering, coke breeze particles will oxidize and release a large amount of heat, as shown by Eq. . Meanwhile, the coke breeze serves as a reducing agent, having various reactions with its surrounding materials, such as iron ore, in the granules.