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Injection of BF flue dust into the BF - a full-scale test at BF No. 3 in Luleå. Introduction Practical aspects Mixing flue dust and coal Wear Process evaluation Summary Future work. Topics. BF no 3. Dedusting of BF gas. Cyclone + wet scrubber 35 000 tonnes dry BF-dust

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Injection of BF flue dust into the BF - a full-scale test at BF No. 3 in Luleå


Introduction

Practical aspects

Mixing flue dust and coal

Wear

Process evaluation

Summary

Future work

Topics


BF no 3


Dedusting of BF gas

  • Cyclone + wet scrubber

  • 35 000 tonnes dry BF-dust

  • 10 000 tonnes of sludge


PCI-plant


Composition of briquettes

BF dust

Filter dust

Pre-mix of steel scrap, desulphurisation scrap and BOF sludge (coarse particles)

Water

Cement

BF-dust reduces the strength of the briquettes

A briquette without fluedust reaches the same strength after 4 days of curing as a fluedust containing briquette after 3 - 4 weeks

Briquettes


Screen analyses of flue dust and coal


Chemical analyses of flue dust and coal


Blending flue dust and coal at the stockyard

Mixing flue dust and coal powder in the fine coal silo of the injection plant

Mixing flue dust and coal powder just in front of tuyeres (not tried at SSAB)

Methods for addition


Blendning at coal yard

Coal

Coal + Flue dust

Coal + Flue dust + Coal

Raw coal hopper

900 t Coal + 100 t Flue dust


Uneven distribution of coal and BF-dust

Dustemissions during handling

Increased pressure drop over filter

Increased vibrations in grinding equipment

Loss of capacity in grinding equipment

Wear in pipes and lances

Blendning at coal yard


Fine coal silo

Coal-85

BF No.3

Fine coal silo

Coal-98

BF dust

  • 100% BF dust

  • 10% BF dust

  • 90% PC

Screening

Injection vessels

Coal-85

Injection vessels

Coal-98

32 tuyeres

Distributor

Mixing of coal powder and BF-dust in fine coal silo

Cyclone

BF No. 3


+Improved accuracy

+No loss of capacity in the grinding equipment

+ No problem with pressure drop over filter

Wear in pipes and lances

Mixing of coal powder and BF-dust in fine coal silo


Wear problem in injection lances

outer

inner


Wear problem in injection lances

outer

inner


Consequence of wear in an injection lance


Process evaluation

  • Gas efficiency – normal variations

  • Fuel rate – normal variations

  • Gas distribution – normal variations

  • Si – normal variations

  • S – slightly improved

  • Productivity – no change


Si in hot metal, comparison between experimental BF and BF no 3

  • Raceway is a large part of the total cross section in the EBF => => Higher SiO-generation

  • The influence of iron oxide and oxygene partial pressure on raceway conditions is more pronounced in the EBF

  • Effects of residual FeO

  • - desiliconisation Si +2(FeO) ⇄ SiO2 +2Fe

  • - consumption of char and coke fines

  • - decreased melting point of tuyere slag


BF flue dust is an extremly abrasive material

Mixing of BF flue dust and coal powder as late as possible

No process problem during injection

Problems related to wear

Summary


Suitable pneumatic transport system

Best option for mixing

Minimize wear in pipes and lances

Future work


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