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Blast furnaces operate on the principle of chemical ... production) Also, the carbon in pig iron lowers the ...

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May 3, 2010 ... Follow us at: https://plus.google.com/+tutorvista/ Check us out at http://chemistry. tutorvista.com/inorganic-chemistry/metallurgy.html Blast ...

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This page looks at the use of the Blast Furnace in the extraction of iron from iron ... of iron and steel which are produced as a result of the steel-making process.

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The production of iron in a Blast Furnace is a continuous process. The furnace is heated constantly and is re-charged with raw materials from the top while it is ...

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In the blast furnace application, the production of iron historically required three ... Chemical grade limestone is important to the process as it is the primary raw ...

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Nov 22, 2013 ... Chemistry of the Ironmaking by Blast Furnace Process. Liquid iron (hot metal) is produced in a blast furnace from the burden materials through ...

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blast furnace: A vertical shaft furnace that produces liquid metals by the ... Ironmaking blast furnaces consist of several zones: a crucible-shaped hearth at the bottom .... be decomposed into simpler substances by ordinary chemical processes.

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A simplified diagram of a Blast Furnace is drawn below. A typical blast furnace may be up to 32 metres in height and 10 metres in diameter. They have thick steel ...

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Impurities in the iron from the Blast Furnace include carbon, sulfur, phosphorus and silicon.