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    Reasons for the consumption of graphite electrode in electric ...

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    AISI | Electric Arc Furnace Steelmaking

    AISI | Electric Arc Furnace Steelmaking

    Side oxidation; The side loss of the electrode is due to the action of oxygen and graphite in the furnace gas to generate carbon monoxide or carbon dioxide which consumes 50 to 70% of the total electrode consumption,the side oxidation rate has a nonlinear relationship with the surface temperature of the electrode.According to the oxidation rate,it is divided into low temperature oxidation and ...

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    Graphite Electrodes for Iron, Steel & Metal Production

    Graphite Electrodes for Iron, Steel & Metal Production

    Electric Arc Furnace Steelmaking By Jeremy A. T. Jones, Nupro Corporation continued Furnace charging Melting Refining De-slagging Tapping Furnace turn-around Top Refining Refining operations in the electric arc furnace have traditionally involved the removal of phosphorus, sulfur, aluminum, silicon, manganese and carbon from the steel.

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    Ladle Furnace - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Ladle Furnace - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Graphite electrodes and nipples (connecting pins) are consumed primarily in electric arc furnace steel production, the steel making technology used by all “mini-mills.” Graphite electrodes are also consumed in the refining of steel in ladle furnaces and in other smelting processes such as production of titanium dioxide.

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    Electric Furnace Steelmaking - ScienceDirect

    Electric Furnace Steelmaking - ScienceDirect

    Ladle furnaces look like smaller versions of EAF furnaces, having three graphite electrodes connected to an arc transformer used for heating the steel. At the bottom of the ladle furnace, typically, there is a pipeline through which argon gas can be injected for stirring and homogenizing the molten steel in the furnace.

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