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2015-Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit
SIPS 2015 Volume 2: Gudenau Intl. Symp. / Iron and Steel Making

Editors:Kongoli F, Kleinschmidt G, Pook H, Ohno K, Wu K
Publisher:Flogen Star OUTREACH
Publication Year:2015
Pages:340 pages
ISBN:978-1-987820-25-6
ISSN:2291-1227 (Metals and Materials Processing in a Clean Environment Series)

    A Study Dynamic Reaction Process in Metallurgical Engineering

    Keng Wu1; Li Zhu2; Yuan She2; Ruiling Du2; LIU Qi-hang1;
    1STATE KEY LABORATORY OF ADVANCED METALLURGY, UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BEIJING, Bejing, China; 2UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BEIJING, Beijing, China;
    Type of Paper: Regular
    Id Paper: 74
    Topic: 2

    Abstract:

    Reaction kinetics of metallurgical physical chemistry which was successfully applied in metallurgy (as ferrous metallurgy, non-ferrous metallurgy) became an important theoretical foundation for subject system of traditional metallurgy. Not only the research methods were very perfect, but also the independent structures and systems of it had been formed. the development of the subject system of metallurgical reaction engineering was discussed and the idea for establishing the subject system of metallurgical reaction engineering was proposed. Considering the deficiency of fundamental physical data of metallurgical applications, the idea of researching on the metallurgical reaction engineering and metallurgical reaction project respectively was proposed. Metallurgical reaction engineering was the basic part of this subject (determining definite solution conditions by basic experiment and building models considering comprehensive definite conditions). Metallurgical reaction project was the applied part of amplifying and optimizing simulation results during actual production.One of the important tasks of metallurgical reaction engineering was the simulation of metallurgical process, then the mechanism of reaction process and the conversion time of different control links should be obtained accurately. Therefore, the methods and results of reaction kinetics in metallurgical physical chemistry were not very suitable for metallurgical reaction engineering. In order to provide necessary transmission and reaction kinetics parameters as well as the conversion time of different control links for definite conditions of solving transmission and reaction equations in metallurgical reaction engineering, a new idea for researching kinetics mechanisms in metallurgical reaction engineering by employing sectional method was proposed. Then the comparison of results between the two methods and the further development of sectional method were discussed in this paper. As a research method for reaction kinetics in metallurgical reaction engineering, sectional method could not only satisfy the self needs of metallurgical reaction engineering, but also provide necessary guarantees for establishing its independent subject system.

    Keywords:

    metallurgical reaction engineering; subject system; stepwise attempt method; Energy£»reaction process kinetics

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    Wu K, Zhu L, She Y, Du R, Qi-hang L. A Study Dynamic Reaction Process in Metallurgical Engineering. In: Kongoli F, Kleinschmidt G, Pook H, Ohno K, Wu K, editors. Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit SIPS 2015 Volume 2: Gudenau Intl. Symp. / Iron and Steel Making. Volume 2. Montreal(Canada): FLOGEN Star Outreach. 2015. p. 115-128.