|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8165|
|Contributions||Harris, H., Henderson, A., Campbell, T.|
The Bureau of Mines investigated chlorination of domestic ilmenites in a fluidized coke bed at temperatures of deg to 1, deg c. Objectives were to develop an effective process for producing ticl4 suitable for tio2 pigment and to reduce pollution by collecting and treating waste byproduct chlorides. Buy Fluidized coke-bed chlorination of ilmenites (Report of investigations - Bureau of Mines) by Henry M Harris (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Author: Henry M Harris. Fluidized coke-bed chlorination of ilmenites / ([Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), by Henry M. Harris, Thomas T. Campbell, Arthur W. Henderson, and United States. Bureau of Mines (page images at HathiTrust). In this study, a simple technology was used to remove diffusion barriers, and a low-temperature chloride process was developed. The chlorination reaction operates at –°C, and Ti .
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Physics-Based Modeling of Electric Operation, Heat Transfer, and Scrap Melting in an AC Electric Arc Furnace. NASA Astrophysics Data . The iron oxide is heated to °C prior to feeding into the fluidized bed reactor in which the reduction of the iron oxide and the formation of iron carbide occurs at a temperature of approx. °C and at a pressure of approx. 3 bar(g). In the fluidized bed reactor baffles are arranged, which cause the solids to move from the inlet to the outlet.