Callender, W (1959) Studies in the Sintering Permeability and Pellet Strength of Australian Hematite Ores. NML Technical Journal, 1 (1). pp. 47-58.
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Sintering of fine iron ores is achieved by causing a combustion zone to move progressively through a suitably prepared porous bed of the ore in which is incorporated a small quantity of a fuel such as finely crushed coke. The agglomeration of the ore particles takes place by their complete fustion and/or the formation of a partial slag bond between them. In general the faster the combustion zone passes through the bed the faster will be the sint-ering rate.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Sintering permeability; Pellet Strength; porous bed|
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