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The Influence of Shaft Furnace Burner Settings on Dissolved Oxygen in Melted Cathodes

The Influence of Shaft Furnace Burner Settings on Dissolved Oxygen in Melted Cathodes

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The original combustion investigations on the ASARCO Shaft Melting Furnace concept indicate that dissolved oxygen in the copper from the melting furnace was introduced at higher levels at lean and re ...
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Number of pages:6
Year published:2011
Weight:0.2500
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By John Hugens, Fives North American Combustion Inc., USA
2011
 
The original combustion investigations on the ASARCO Shaft Melting Furnace concept indicate that dissolved oxygen in the copper from the melting furnace was introduced at higher levels at lean and relatively rich combustion ratios in the premix in the shaft furnace burners. The original experiment was duplicated under several common combustion conditions on an operating shaft furnace to validate the original experiment and to indicate the optimum combustion ratios for the melting of copper for the production of rod.
  
 
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