1962 Blast Furnace Proceedings

Analytical Applications of Gas Chromatography in Coke Plant Operations

Automatic Charging by Conveyor Belts of Blast Furnace B at the Louvroil Plant of USINOR

Blast Furnace Stove Deterioration and Its Effect on Pressure Drop and Firing Rate

Blast Furnace Top Gas Analysis and Its Significance

Carbon as a Blast Furnace Refractory

Carbon as a Blast Furnace Refractory at Republic Steel Corporation

Carbon Bosh Experience at Kaiser Steel Corporation

Factors Affecting the Coking Strength of Pittsburgh-Seam High-volatile A Coal

Fuel-Oil Injection and Simultaneous Enrichment of the Blast with Oxygen

History of Carbon Linings at Inland Steel Company

Improvements in the Grate Pelletizing Process

Investigation of the Reduction of the Bond Minerals in Iron-Ore Agglomerates

Melting-Temperature Charts for the System CaO-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 as Related to the MgO and Al2O3 Content of Blast-Furnace Slags

Operation of 20-Foot Coke Ovens

Process Control-A Tool To Increase Blast Furnace Production

Properties and Wear Patterns of Various Types of Carbon Used in Blast Furnaces

Recent Developments in the Hydeal Process

Recent Trends in Sintering of Low-Grade Self-Fluxing Lorraine Iron Ores

Reduction Kinetics for Porous Hematite Pellets with Mixtures of Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen

Solid Fuel lniection at the Hanna Furnace Corporation

The Future of lronmaking

The Physical Degradation of Ores, Sinters, and Pellets during Simultaneous Abrasion and Chemical Reduction

The Use of Carbon Refractories in Blast Furnaces, The Colorado Fuel and lron Corporation, Pueblo, Colorado

The Use of Carbon Refractory in Ford Motor Company Blast Furnaces

Use of Pre-Stressing Techniques to Cool Down a Coke Oven Battery to Atmospheric Temperature

Use of Wash Oil as the Cooling Medium in Final Coolers

What Must the Iron Ore Producer Do to Really Satisfy the Blast Furnace Operator?